Emily Carr, The Bay

Emily Carr, The Bay, Canadian Group of Seven

Emily Carr - Vancouver Art Gallery

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 - "Woods Interior" this one seriously reminds me of that cave-like house design I dig. Makes me wonder if the architect might have been insiried by this painting.

Emily Carr

Above the Gravel Pit, 1937 oil on canvas cm x cm Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust VAG Photo: Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery

Emily Carr - Dancing Sunlight - Art Card - Click Image to Close

Carr, Emily Dancing Sunlight, 1937 Oil on canvas cm x 60 cm McMichael Canadian Art Collection

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Above the Gravel Pit, 1936 by Emily Carr. Carr was born in British Columbia, and is one of Canada's most renown artists. She is well known for her totem paintings and rain forests,landscape works, and amazing spiritual paintings of trees

Emily Carr: Totem and Forest. Vancouver Art Gallery -- Photo rights pending.

Emily Carr - Totem and Forest, 1931 oil on canvas Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust

Heart of the Forest - Emily Carr (I became a big fan after visiting her house/museum in Victoria, B.C.)

vufus: “Emily Carr - "Heart of the Forest" 1935 ” Emily Carr (December 1871 – March was a Canadian artist and writer heavily inspired by the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest.