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Elizabeth Wyn Wood

Elizabeth Wyn Wood
Born October 8, 1903
Orillia, Ontario, Canada
Died January 27, 1966
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Education Ontario College of Art & Art Students League of New York.
Known for sculptor

Elizabeth Wyn Wood (October 8, 1903 - January 27, 1966) was a Canadian sculptor.

Wood studied sculpture at the Ontario College of Art and at the Art Students League of New York. Among her major public works are the Welland-Crowland War Memorial in Chippawa Park, Welland, Ontario, dedicated in 1939, and the 1962 bas-relief sculptures at Ryerson University in Toronto.

She studied under, and in 1926 married, [2]

She was made a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.[3] She was inducted into the Orillia Hall of Fame in 1966.

The Welland Crowland War Memorial designed by Elizabeth Wyn Wood, features 2 heroic figures, Man the Defender and Woman the Giver, set against the Canadian landscape. Planned as part of a regional beautification plan for the lands along the Welland Canal, the memorial was intended to be visible and intelligible to passengers on passing boats. The Welland Crowland War Memorial was unveiled on 2 September 1939.[4]


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  4. ^ Canadian Encyclopedia Monuments, World Wars I and II

External links

  • National Gallery of Canada. Elizabeth Wyn Wood. 1903 - 1966
  • Orillia Hall of Fame
  • National Gallery of Canada

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