John Albert Ewart

John Albert Ewart (1872–1964) was a Canadian architect and son of Chief Dominion Architect David Ewart.wikipedia
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John Albert Ewart (1872–1964) was a Canadian architect and son of Chief Dominion Architect David Ewart.
His son John Albert Ewart was an acclaimed Ottawa architect.

Victoria Building (Ottawa)

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The building, designed by John Albert Ewart, was completed in 1928 by private developers, though the federal government quickly leased much of it.

Knox Presbyterian Church (Ottawa)

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The present Knox Church building, designed in 1931 by John Albert Ewart and Henry Sproatt opened in 1932.

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John Albert Ewart (1872–1964) was a Canadian architect and son of Chief Dominion Architect David Ewart.

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John Albert Ewart (1872–1964) was a Canadian architect and son of Chief Dominion Architect David Ewart.

University of Toronto

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Ewart studied architecture at the University of Toronto in the 1890s.

Ottawa

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Eward moved to Ottawa to practice with King Arnoldi in 1895 and Burritt & Meredith in 1904, and Sproatt & Rolph in 1932.

Pembroke, Ontario

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His buildings are built mostly in Ottawa with a few in nearby Pembroke, Ontario and Carleton Place, Ontario.

Carleton Place

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His buildings are built mostly in Ottawa with a few in nearby Pembroke, Ontario and Carleton Place, Ontario.

Charles D. Sutherland

Ewart apprenticed under John Albert Ewart from 1897 to 1901 and studied at the Ottawa School of Art.