Canadian Groupe of Seven

Collection by Hilde Philippe

Franklin Carmichael (my favorite artist from The Group of Seven) "Bay of Islands"

Bay of Islands by Franklin Carmichael presented by Elliott Louis Gallery

Franklin CarmichaelBay of Islands presented by Elliott Louis Gallery

Lawren Harris. 'Tamaracks and Blue Hill' c. 1919

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…

Lawren Stewart Harris, Mongoose Lake, Algoma II (Algoma Sketches XI) circa 1920

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Canadian artist Tom Thompson

Picturing Spring: An Equinox Celebration

Last December I called a bunch of artist-friends and asked them to share their favorite winter paintings for an article celebrating the winter solstice. I didn’t expect to make it a series at the t…

Arthur Lismer (Canadian, 1885-1969), Bon Echo Rock, 1922


Arthur Lismer (Canadian, 1885-1969), Bon Echo Rock, 1922. Oil on canvas, 32¾ x 26½ in.

Tom Thomson Dawn

Art Country Canada TOM THOMSON Worlds Largest Collection of Limited Edition Prints and Canvas Group Of Seven

Tom Thomson, the brilliant, pioneering Canadian artist for whom the City of Owen Sound’s 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…