Emily Carr Painting Research

Canadian Artist and Writer: Emily Carr studied in San Francisco in 1889-95, and in 1899 she travelled to England, where she was involved with the St. Ives group and with Hubert von Herkomer's private school. Her contact with the Group of Seven in 1930 resurrected her interest in art, and throughout the 1930s she specialized in scenes from the lives and rituals of Native Americans.
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Emily Carr, Indian Church, 1929 - I find these trees awe inspiring


"Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky" Emily Carr, 1935 Oil on canvas, Vancouver Art Gallery


Zunoqua of the Cat Village : Emily Carr : Cubism : landscape - Oil Painting Reproductions


Self-portrait, Emily Carr Canadian, 1871 - 1945 oil on wove paper, mounted on plywood x cm Gift of Peter Bronfman, 1990 National Gallery of Canada (no.


Emily Carr, Untitled (Formalized Cedar), c. Charcoal on paper, x cm, Vancouver Art Gallery.