Lake Hill and Sky - Group of 7

Canadian landscape painters (1920 - 1933) Original members: Franklin Carmichael, Lawren Harris, A. Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, J. E. H. MacDonald, and Frederick Varley - Later Members: A. J. Casson, Edwin Holgate, and LeMoine FitzGerald - Associates: Tom Thomson (who died before the group officially formed), and Emily Carr
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Lawren Harris -Group of Seven-Shimmering Water

Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris Shimmering water Algonquin Park, Canadian Group of Seven artists

Tom Thomson

Evening Cloud, fall/winter 1915 Tom Thomson Canadian, 1877 - 1917 Oil on composite wood-pulp board Overall: x cm The Thomson Collection © Art Gallery of Ontario

J. E. H. MacDonald (Canadian, Group of Seven, 1873–1932) Wind Clouds. Wind Clouds was exhibited at the first Group of Seven exhibition in May 1920. (Sotheby's Canada)

MacDonald (Canadian, Group of Seven, Wind Clouds. Wind Clouds was exhibited at the first Group of Seven exhibition in May (Sotheby's Canada)

L. Harris

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Lawren Harris Lake Superior Sketch c. Another of the Group of Seven, early century . (Contrast this with Aboriginal Art - similarly brilliant approaches from artists generations apart, similar in their clarity of vision.

Tom Thomson (Canada, 1877-1917) – Clouds (The Zeppelins) 1915

Akseli Gallen-Kallel a, 1912 N ik olai Konstantinovich Rerikh or Nicolaj Roerich Battle of the Heavens 1912 Veleggiavano nuvol.

Spring, Canoe Lake, by Tom Thomson, 1916

Spring, Canoe Lake (Alternate titles: Clouds over Lake; Rain Clouds), 1916 by Tom Thomson on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

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