The travelers: Canada


The wide-open spaces, 1966/1978
The beginning of the Canadian era (1966). John Scrymgeour bought the painting “Humanum Est?” renamed “The Hunt” and donated it to the Calgary Petroleum Club. This Canadian patron of the arts invited the artist and his family to come to Canada for three months every summer for 12 years. About 35 pictures were painted in Alberta.

'Humanum est ?' renamed 'The Hunt'

'Humanum est ?' renamed 'The Hunt'

1962. Oil painting, 200 cm x 320 cm.
Calgary Petroleum Club Collection (Canada)

After Stampede

After Stampede

1970. Oil painting, 200 cm x 320 cm.
Westburne Collection (Canada). Chairman: Mr John Scrymgeour. Currently on show at Spruge Meadows.
It should be noted that on the belt guide there are the painter's initials "GGF" Gualfer-Gualtieri-Fernando. Gualfer was the pen name he used in his artistic beginnings: the first syllable of his surname followed by the first syllable of his Christian name..

Green Valley

Green Valley

1975. Oil painting, 57 cm x 74 cm - Gualtieri Museum, Talamello (RN) Italy

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