David Partridge


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David Gerry Partridge, CM, RCA (5 October 1919 – 11 December 2006) was a Canadian painter, etcher, sculptor, educator and past President of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. He was best known for creating works made of nails driven into plywood to different heights forming representational or abstract sculptures which became known as "Nailies".

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