Lake Hill & Sky - Group of 7

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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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"Storm Clouds", x oil on wood panel - Canadian painter Tom Thomson Emily Carr, Canadian Painters, Canadian Artists, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Group Of Seven Art, Tom Thomson Paintings, Dust Storm, Storm Clouds

A Painter's Year — Susan Abbott

"A Painter's Year" is Vermont artist Susan Abbott's blog of daily landscape and still life paintings, her nstructive ideas about working in oil and watercolor, and her travel sketchbooks from Paris, Provence, the Bahamas, Maine, and other locations around the world.

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The Group of Seven, Canadian Painters

Serenity: Lake of the Woods by Frank H Johnston of the "Group of Seven" 1920s landscapes

Probably the most famous Canadian artists are Emily Carr and the group of seven. The group of seven (seven Canadian painters) worked in the painting beautiful Canadian landscapes of places like. Group Of Seven Art, Group Of Seven Paintings, Canadian Painters, Canadian Artists, Landscape Quilts, Landscape Art, Art And Illustration, Tom Thomson, Lake Art

FRANKLIN CARMICHAEL Worlds Largest Collection of Limited Edition Prints and Canvas

MIRROR LAKE Franklin Carmichael artcountrycanada.com

 MacDonald (Canadian, Group of Seven, Wind Clouds. Wind Clouds was exhibited at the first Group of Seven exhibition in May (Sotheby's Canada) Group Of Seven Artists, Group Of Seven Paintings, Canadian Painters, Canadian Artists, Tom Thomson Paintings, Art Nouveau, National Art, Reproduction, Landscape Paintings

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)

Spring, Canoe Lake (Alternate titles: Clouds over Lake; Rain Clouds), 1916 by Tom Thomson on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Emily Carr, Group Of Seven Paintings, Paintings I Love, Canadian Painters, Canadian Artists, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Tom Thomson Paintings, Pictures To Paint

Tom Thomson - Spring, Canoe Lake (Alternate titles: Clouds over Lake; Cloudy Day; Rain Clouds), 1916

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Mirror Lake, 1929 - Franklin Carmichael - WikiArt.org

‘Mirror Lake’ was created in 1929 by Franklin Carmichael in Art Nouveau (Modern) style. Find more prominent pieces of landscape at Wikiart.org – best visual art database.

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