Lawren Harris - Group of Seven.

Climate change gets artsy (images)

batik called "Iceberg" on a digital composite photograph by Ralph Clevenger, depicting an Antarctic iceberg weighing approximately 300 million tons; the underwater image was shot in Alaska and flipped upside down.

Franklin Carmichael

"A landscape clean and crisp in form and colour, rich in inspiration is all that an artist could wish for, begging to be used, and full of inherent possibilities. A Northern Silver Mine, 1930

An all-but-forgotten, 74-year-old painting by the Group of Seven’s A.Y. Jackson, a large canvas on which the renowned artist depicts the Northwest Territories mine that produced uranium for the world’s first atomic bomb, has emerged from the obscurity of a private collection to be sold this month at one of three major fall auctions of[...]

Jackson “Radium Mine” one of a series of oil paintings and sketches of the Port Radium mine by the iconic artist.

J E H MacDonald Group of Seven

Sobey Art Foundation - Supporting Visual Arts in Canada - Stellarton Nova Scotia

A.J. Casson

wetreesinart: “ Alfred Joseph Casson (Canadian, 1898 – Pugh Lake, oil on canvas ”

Franklin Carmichael (Canadian, 1890–1945), Group of Seven painter

Franklin Carmichael, sketching in the La Cloche area, circa 1935 (photo from the John Mastin Collection)

Lawren Harris (1885-1970) Spring on the Oxtongue River, 1924 group of Seven

Quality print by Group Of Seven artist Lawren Harris - Summer Algoma; Available framed, giclee canvas.