Frédéric Charles Vipond Ede
Canadian painter (figures and landscapes)
Ede was born on February 22, 1865 in Nottawa
After having begun his studies in America, he
came to Paris and was the pupil of Tony Robert-Fleury and Bouguereau.
Critics quote among his principal works: Landscapes
(1891), which obtained a first price in Montreal and Marlotte.
He took part in the World Fair of Chicago in
1883 and obtained a medal of honor with the museum of Boston.
He died in 1907.
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& Monogram, 1988