Born in Scotland and trained at the Glasgow School of Art, Ina D.D. Uhthoff (1889-1971) was the “doyen of Victoria painters,” a key figure in the establishment of the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, a Victoria Daily Colonist columnist, a single mother of two, and the founder and principal of the Victoria School of Art. The Life and Art of Ina D.D. Uhthoff (Mother Tongue $32.95) by Christina Johnson-Dean’s is the fifth volume of Mona Fertig’s Unheralded Artists of B.C. series. 978-1-896949-13-0
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