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Mr. Duval showed early promise and began his career at the age of 7 with lessons from Arthur Lismer at the Toronto Art Gallery (AGO). Through his long career he has never left the world of art and has written over  20 books on Canadian Art. He began to review artists and exhibitions for  the Globe and Mail, Toronto Telegram and as art editor of Saturday Night Magazine. Throughout his long career, Mr. Duval has supported young artists, encouraging them in their work and writing many introductions to their catalogues. Paul Duval has been a dedicated and marvelously accomplished figure in the visual arts in Toronto.
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