|Ghitta Caserman Roth|
Ghitta Caiserman-Roth was a Canadian painter and printmaker. She was the founder of the Montreal School of Artists and her work is at the National Gallery of Canada. Caiserman-Roth was also an associate member of the Royal Canadian Academy.
With her education and her influences, Caiserman-Roth established herself as a figurative artist concerned with the human condition and worked through different media: painting, lithography (engraving), etching and drawing. She greatly appreciated the symbolism and the combination of conventional materials and techniques with unconventional ones.