Suzor-Côté, Marc Aurèle de Foy (märk ôrĕlˈ də fwä süzôrˈ-kōtāˈ) [key], 1869–1937, Canadian painter and sculptor, b. Quebec prov. He studied in Paris in the 1890s, then returned to paint Canadian genre scenes in an impressionist style. He was also skillful as a sculptor, as shown in the bronze group, Caughnawaga Women (Vancouver Art Gall.).
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