Emily Carr (Canadian): title unknown [Two canoes], medium unknown. Close association with, "The Group of Seven".

Emily Carr, Pastiche, Canadian Group of Seven

"Cedar" By Emily Carr 1942. This forest looks magical to me. The trees look like they are dancing.

"Cedar" By Emily Carr 1942 Vancouver.

Emily Carr-Group of Seven- Edge Of a Forest

"Edge of the Forest," Emily Carr, oil on paper, x McMichael Canadian Art Collection.

EMILY CARR  Young Pines and Sky (c.1935)

chasingtailfeathers: “ Emily Carr Young Pines and Sky, circa 1935 oil on paper Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery alongtimealone: Ten thousand flowers in spring, the moon in autumn, a cool breeze.

Emily Carr

Emily Carr, Canadian Group of Seven

Emily Carr. Trees in the Sky | AGO Art Gallery of Ontario

Trees in the Sky, 1939 - Emily Carr Emily Carr born and died Victoria, British Columbia, 1871 – 1945 Trees in the Sky

Emily Carr - Tree in Autumn


Tree in Autumn Stretched Canvas Print by Emily Carr

Artist Emily Carr, self portrait

Self-portrait, Emily Carr Canadian, 1871 - 1945 oil on wove paper, mounted on plywood x cm Gift of Peter Bronfman, 1990 National Gallery of Canada (no.

Rusart. Emily Carr - biography, paintings, drawings

Dzonoqua (Zunoqua) by Emily Carr associated with The group of Seven (Canadian

Arbutus Tree / Emily Carr - 1922 (madrona in the PNW, native trees)

ageoftheart: “ Arbutus Tree Artist: Emily Carr Year: 1922 Type: Oil on canvas ”

Blue Sky and Forest, 1939, Emily Carr. Canadian (1871 - 1945) - Oil on Paper laid on Board -

poboh: “ Blue Sky and Forest, Emily Carr. Canadian - - Oil on Paper laid on Board - ”

Emily Carr Canadian 1871 - 1945 "The Little Pine

Emily Carr Canadian Painter 1871 AD - 1945 AD, Canadian Group of Seven

Emily Carr: Skidegate, 1912. Oil on paperboard.

Emily Carr: Skidegate, Oil on paperboard.

Big Raven by Emily Carr

Emily Carr, Big Raven, 1931 oil on canvas, Vancouver Art Gallery


Emily Carr

Emily Carr Forest, oil on canvas x cm Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust Photo: Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery. Canadian Group of Seven

How Emily Carr showed the world it's never too late for a career in art | CBC Arts

How Emily Carr showed the world it's never too late for a career in art

Emily Carr 1937 Group of Seven