(1910 - 1988)
Raymond Fancy worked in the lumber trade and as a carpenter. He admired the work of his neighbour Ralph Boutilier and decided to try carving around 1976. Because of a heart condition, he did not produce a lot of work. His son, Larry Fancy, took up carving around 1980.

Ref: Canadian Antiques and Art Review (1981); Kobayashi/Bird, A Compendium of Canadian Folk Artists (1985) ; Blake McKendry, An Illustrated Companion to Canadian Folk Art (1999).

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Ray Fancy Lumberjack

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