Kathleen Jean Munn (1887– October 19, 1974) is attributed today as a explorer of objector art in Canada, though she remained on the periphery of the Canadian art scene during her lifetime. She imagined enjoyable subjects in a radically supplementary visual vocabulary as she collect the traditions of European art with avant-garde art studies in New York. She died at age eighty-seven, unaware that her long-held hope for “a reachable future for my work” was about to become reality.
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