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Shafts of Light in the BC Forest by ArthurLismer
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Final Dimensions (width x height): 12" x 9" This premium giclée print, an upgrade from the standard giclée print, is produced on thick (310 gsm), textured watercolor paper with the same vivid colors, accuracy, and exceptional resolution giclée prints are known for. The standard for museums and galleries around the world, giclée is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are “sprayed” onto a high-quality paper. The smooth transitions of color gradients make giclée prints appear much…
Arthur Lismer [1885–1969] | McMichael Canadian Art Collection
Group of Seven Select An Artist Aurthur Lismer Arthur Lismer emigrated from Sheffield, England to Toronto, Ontario, in 1911. Soon after, through his employment at Grip Ltd., he would meet Tom Thomson and some of the other artists that would one day comprise the Group.
Arthur Lismer - May 05, 2016 | Barridoff Galleries in ME
Arthur Lismer Can. 1885–1969 Rocks and Pool Georgian Bay Signed and dated "A. Lismer '44" l.l.; titled,signed, and da... on May 05, 2016
'Georgian Bay, Manitou Dock 1949' by Arthur Lismer at Cowley Abbott
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Monday Morning Art #6 - Arthur Lismer
We Canadians are big fans of our landscape and wildlife painters. Sometimes they drift off into the kitsch, the precious, or the overly commercial, but regardless, we've had a long history of spawning or embracing artists who interpret the wilds of the world around us. There are no better examples of the inspiration of nature in painting than the 'Group of Seven' - an inaccurately named group of artists numbering perhaps 10 or 12, when you look at those with whom they met, discussed and…