A Clear Winter: Arthur Lismer’s crisply Canadian landscape
Formation of the Group of Seven was still four years away when Lismer painted this bold, lyrical oil of an Ontario hill and sky suffused by winter light
Group of Seven - Creations Art Gallery
Group of Seven Group of Seven Group of Seven — sometimes known as the Algonquin school — were a group of Canadian landscape painters from 1920 to 1933. Other Artists Associated With Group:
Exhibition: ‘Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven’ at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
Exhibition dates: 19th October 2011 – 8th January 2012 Frederick Horsman Varley (Canadian, born United Kingdom 1881-1969) Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay 1921 Oil on canvas 132.6 x 162.8…
Canada's Group of Seven: kings of the wild frontier - in pictures
A look at Dulwich Picture Gallery's exhibition celebrating Canada's greatest artists, which have not been shown in this country since 1925
Art Country Canada Group of Seven TOM THOMSON
Tom Thomson, the brilliant, pioneering Canadian artist for whom the City of Owen Sounds Art Gallery is named, was born near Claremont, Ontario, northeast of Toronto on August 5, 1877, the sixth of ten children born to John Thomson and Margaret Matheson. Two months later, the family moved to their new home, Rose Hill, near Leith, eleven kilometres northeast of Owen Sound. It was in this quiet rolling country side, overlooking the shores of Georgian Bay that Thomson grew up. Thomson was…
Synthesis and Understanding – the Spirit of Art: Tom Thomson
Yesterday an exhibition of paintings at the Dulwich Picture Gallery came to an end after nearly twelve weeks; it was called "Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven". It was a really s...
Levels of complexity
During the last week I’ve been back in the studio preparing for a solo show. I’m in here at about 6 in the morning and generally stick-handle through to about 10 in the evening. Sometimes there’s a...