Fonds 38 - Hugh McLennan

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Hugh McLennan

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CA CAC 38

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  • 1913 (Creation)
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    McLennan, Hugh, 1887-1915

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(1887-1915)

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Hugh McLennan's sisters donated the drawings to the CAC.

Les soeurs de Hugh McLennan ont remis les dessins à la CAC.

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"Architectural Drawings, 1913, 31 drawings." Untitled ink and watercolour student drawings of sculptural and architectural details are found in the archive.

"Dessins architecturaux, 1913, 5 dessins." Aquarelles et dessins à l'encre sans titre réalisés par McLennan à l'époque où il était étudiant et représentant des détails de sculpture et d'architecture.

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  • English

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Born in Montreal, Hugh McLennan (d. 1915) studied arts at McGill University and architecture at the Academie des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He died in battle in the First World War. In 1929 the McLennan family established the Hugh McLennan Memorial Scholarship, awarded annually to an outstanding graduating student in Architecture at McGill University who showed promise of creative ability.

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Hugh McLennan (1887-1915) est né à Montréal et il a étudié les arts à l'Université McGill et l'architecture à l'Académie des beaux-arts de Paris. Il est mort au champ d'honneur pendant la Première Guerre mondiale. En 1929, la famille McLennan a créé la Bourse Hugh McLennan Memorial remise tous les ans à un étudiant en architecture de l'Université McGill particulièrement doué dans le domaine de la création.

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40

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