Lee-Grayson was a pioneer artist

Joseph Lee-Grayson specialized in portraits, watercolour landscapes and was an expert at heraldry

Joseph Lee-Grayson (1875-1953) was one of Saskatchewan’s pioneer artists.

When the Federation of Canadian Artists was created in 1941, he was a Saskatchewan’s representative.

He specialized in portraits, watercolour landscapes and was an expert at heraldry.

His large portrait of King George V is displayed in the Saskatchewan’s Legislative Building.

He moved to Summerland in 1943. While living in Summerland, he created the coat of arms for the City of Regina.

Shortly before his death, Canada’s Governor General Vincent Massey came to Summerland and visited the Lee-Grayson home.