Competition: US & Canada
Trinity College School
As published in the Foundation’s Report for 1939–40:
Appointed from Canada, 1940:
SCHAEFER, CARL: Appointed for creative work in painting, in the United States; tenure, twelve months from July 15, 1940.
Born April 30, 1903, at Hanover, Ontario. Education: Ontario College of Art, 1921–24.
Instructor in Art Department, 1930—, Central Technical School, Toronto; Instructor of Art, Hart House, University of Toronto, 1934–38; Instructor of Art, Trinity College School, Port Hope, Ontario, 1936—.
Exhibited with Canadian Society of Graphic Art, Ontario Society of Artists, Society of Canadian Painters and Etchers, Group of Seven, Canadian National Exhibition, Annual Exhibitions of Canadian Art at Ottawa, Salon des Refusées, Exhibitions by Young Canadians at Toronto, Canadian Group of Painters, Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, International Exposition of Wood Engraving at Warsaw, Canadian Society of Painters in Water Color, Exhibition of Contemporary Canadian Art to the Southern Dominions, Exhibition of Canadian Art from the Dominions of the British Empire, Annual Exhibition of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Water Color, A Century of Canadian Art at the Tate Gallery (London), Great Lakes Exhibition and travelling show, International Water Color Exhibition at the Art Institute of Chicago, Exhibitions of Canadian Art at the New York World’s Fair.