Emily Carr

Emily Carr The eccentric Canadian artist sits on a stool on the beach near Victoria, working on one of her beloved totem pole paintings.

Emily Carr

You will have to experiment and try things out for yourself and you will not be sure of what you are doing. - Emily Carr, Canadian artist (Group of Seven)

blue sky thru the trees - Emily Carr

in this painting represents a very blueish sky and very cool green, and the style of nature is there with the tall trees and the background with more trees.

War Canoes

She's a Canadian icon, but her career didn't take off until she was 57 years old. Hear how CBC Radio remembered the life of Emily Carr, one of art's most loved late-bloomers, on this day in


Emily Carr, Indian Church, 1929 - I find these trees awe inspiring

Obras e Telas

I have no idea who to attribute this most wicked painting to, but it is of Emily Carr House in Victoria, BC. Gorgeous in real life, too.


Vanquished, 1930 oil on canvas cm x cm Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust VAG Photo: Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery

Breton church 1906

Emily Carr Kitwancool Another iconic Canadian artist. Like Tom Thompson, she was associated with, but not officially a member of, the Group of Seven. via Kelley Vanstone

totem and forest

Emily Carr Totem and Forest 1931 oil on canvas Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery Emily Ca.


Emily Carr (December 1871 – March was a Canadian artist and writer heavily inspired by the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.