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Notman & Sandham

Henry Sandham was hired by the Notman studio in Montreal at the age of 18, around the time when Fraser joined the firm. Sandham worked at the studio for 20 years, becoming head of the art department when Fraser left for Toronto in 1868. In 1877, when he was thinking seriously about leaving the studio to devote himself to painting, an offer of partnership with Notman convinced him to stay. This arrangement lasted only until about 1882, however, when Sandham left for Boston, where he had a career as a prolific book illustrator.

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Skating Carnival, Montreal, QC, composite, 1881 (II-60917.1)

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Skating Carnival, Montreal, QC, composite, 1881
Notman & Sandham
1881, 19th century
II-60917.1

Mr. Newby in skating party costume, Montreal, QC, 1881 (II-59868.1)

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Mr. Newby in skating party costume, Montreal, QC, 1881
Notman & Sandham
1881, 19th century
II-59868.1

Mrs. Reford's boys, Montreal, QC, 1878 (II-48923.1)

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Mrs. Reford's boys, Montreal, QC, 1878
Notman & Sandham
1878, 19th century
II-48923.1