Regina Seiden (4 July 1897- 11 January 1991), also known as Regina Seiden Goldberg was a Jewish Canadian painter who was an early enthusiast of the Beaver Hall Group.
Seiden was born upon 4 July 1897 in Rigaud, Quebec. she moved past her associates to Montreal in 1905. Between 1905 and 1912, Seiden she attended the French Catholic bookish Académie Marie-Rose, located in the Plateau neighbourhood of Montreal, where she was encouraged to investigate her talents as a painter. Between 1913 and 1918 Seiden attended the Art Association of Montreal where she studied below William Brymner, Edmond Dyonnet and Maurice Cullen. Along with further former students of William Brymner, Seiden allied the Beaver Hall Group and took allocation in their first exhibit in 1921.
In 1921 Seiden moved to Paris where she studied for a year at the Académie Julian. In 1926 Seiden returned to Paris where she met her husband, fellow artist Eric Goldberg. They got married in 1928 at which dwindling she stopped painting until after his death in 1969. Seiden lived and painted in Montreal until her death in 1991.
Her put-on is included in the collections of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, the National Gallery of Canada and the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Oshawa.
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