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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.

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.

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A Clear Winter: Arthur Lismer

Arthur Lismer, Canadian Group of Seven . also known as the Algonquin School, was a group of Canadian landscape painters from 1920 to 1933

Lake Superior, Sketch III by Lawren Harris. Group of Seven

Lake Superior Sketch III, a dramatic Canadian Shield landscape shown above, painted by Group of Seven founder Lawren Harris

The Group of Seven was founded in 1920 as an organization of self-proclaimed modern artists. The original members - Franklin CARMICHAEL, Lawren HARRIS, A.Y. JACKSON, Franz JOHNSTON, Arthur LISMER, J.E.H. MACDONALD and F.H. VARLEY - befriended each other in Toronto between 1911 and 1913. All except Harris, who was independently wealthy, made their living as commercial artists, and several of them even worked together in the same shop.

The Group of Seven, Canadian Painters - The Art History Archive.The Group of Seven Franklin Carmichael Lawren S. Harris Alexander Young Jackson Frank H. Johnston Arthur Lismer J. MacDonald Frederick H.