Art/Group of Seven + Emily Carr and Tom Thompson

The Group of Seven was formed in 1920 by Canadian artists Franklin Carmichael, Lawren Harris, A. Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, J. E. H. MacDonald, and Frederick Varley. Later, A. J. Casson, Edwin Holgate and LeMoine Fitzgerald joined. Although he died before its formation, Tom Thompson had a major influence on the group. Emily Carr was also closely associated, though never an official member. (From Wikipedia)
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Lawren Harris, Spring on the Oxtongue River, 1924

Canadian Artist Lawren Harris - ‘Spring on the Oxtongue River’, 1924 One of "The group of Seven".

Lawren Harris

Philip Koch, The Voyage, oil on canvas, 40 x NOT Lawren Harris, Canadian Group of Seven.

Emily Carr

Wood Interior Artwork by Emily Carr Hand-painted and Art Prints on canvas for sale,you can custom the size and frame

Emily Carr

Arthur Lismer - Sunlight in a Wood by Arthur Lismer from Art Gallery of Ontario

Alfred Joseph Casson, Country Road

Country Road by Alfred Joseph Casson, Member of the Group of Seven artists; (the Algonquin School,