J.E.H. Macdonald - Group of Seven-Tangled garden

Macdonald - Group of Seven-Tangled Garden, 1916 - oil on cardboard mounted on plywood x 25 cm - National Gallery of Canada

Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven

Canada's Group of Seven: kings of the wild frontier - in pictures

MacDonald Autumn Leaves, Batchewana Woods, Algoma c. 1919 Oil on composite woodboard x cm © Art Gallery of Ontario

Asters and apples by Group of Seven Painter J. E. H. MacDonald (1873-1932)

James Edward Harvey MacDonald - Asters and Apples, 1917 The painter J. (James Edward Hervey) MacDonald, a founding member of the Group of Seven, responded to the Canadian landscape with a sensitivity

The controversy surrounding the Vancouver Art Gallery’s J.E.H. MacDonald donation - The Globe and Mail

The controversy surrounding the Vancouver Art Gallery’s J.E.H. MacDonald donation

James Edward Hervey MacDonald, Sketch for Mist Fantasy (circa Photo: Rachel Topham, courtesy the Vancouver Art Gallery.

J.E.H. MacDonald Autumn Bush, Algoma c. 1919-1920

Browse All : Paintings by National Gallery of Canada and MacDonald, James

Wind Clouds, by J.E.H. MacDonald, was exhibited at the first Group of Seven exhibition in May 1920.

MacDonald, Riopelle works tops at Sotheby's sale

MacDonald - "Wind Clouds", was exhibited at the first Group of Seven exhibition in May

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