William Ronald, a student of Jock Macdonald and Hans Hofmann, is an acclaimed Canadian abstract artist from Stratford, Ontario, and founder of the Painters Eleven (Toronto, 1953). Painters Eleven was a group of Canadian avant-garde abstract painters that helped to establish Modern art in Canada. He was also a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
- Hallmark Art Award, New York, NY, 1952
- I.O.D.E. Scholarship, Canada, 1951
- National Award, Canadian Section, International Guggenheim Awards, 1956
- Second Biennial Exhibition of Canadian Painting, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, 1957
Museums & Art Galleries
- Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
- Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY
- Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, Penna.
- National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
- Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY
- Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Montreal
- Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection, New York
- Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
- Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
- Whitney Museum, New York
Our Featured Pieces
La Parete proudly owns the largest selection of paintings in the world by this renowned member of the Painters Eleven.