Alex Janvier

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As a member of the commonly referred to “Indian Group of Seven”, Janvier is one of the significant pioneering artists in Canada, and as such has influenced many generations of artists.

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As a member of the commonly referred to “Indian Group of Seven”, Janvier is one of the significant pioneering artists in Canada, and as such has influenced many generations of artists.

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Alex Janvier. On view to September 10, 2017. MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan www.mackenzieartgallery.ca This retrospective presents more than five decades of Alex Janvier’s remarkable paintings and drawings, spanning from early in the artist’s career in the 1960s to the present day. Image credits: Alex Janvier, Land of Beauty and Joy, 2015, watercolour on paper, 91.4 cm (diameter). Courtesy of the artist and Janvier Gallery, Cold Lake First Nations © Alex Janvier. Photo: NGC.

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As a member of the commonly referred to “Indian Group of Seven”, Janvier is one of the significant pioneering artists in Canada, and as such has influenced many generations of artists.

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Alex Janvier paintings and art | Bearclaw Gallery Edmonton

Alex Janvier was born on the Cold Lake First Nations, just outside the town of Cold Lake, Alberta in 1935.

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Alex Janvier paintings and art | Bearclaw Gallery Edmonton

Alex Janvier was born on the Cold Lake First Nations, just outside the town of Cold Lake, Alberta in 1935.

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Artist Alex Janvier explains how the Land inspires him. Don’t miss the Alex Janvier exhibition, on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 17 April Inspiration Art, Art Moderne, Inspiring Art, Disney Characters, Fictional Characters, Art Gallery, Abstract, Painting, Canadian Art

Alex Janvier: The Land

Artist Alex Janvier explains how the Land inspires him. Don’t miss the Alex Janvier exhibition, on view at the National Gallery of Canada until 17 April 2017.

As a member of the commonly referred to “Indian Group of Seven”, Janvier is one of the significant pioneering artists in Canada, and as such has influenced many generations of artists. Aboriginal Artwork, Group Of Seven, Artists, Gallery, Paper, January, Artist

Homepage | Alex Janvier

As a member of the commonly referred to “Indian Group of Seven”, Janvier is one of the significant pioneering artists in Canada, and as such has influenced many generations of artists.

Artist Alex Janvier talks about the difference between painting murals and canvas. Don’t miss the Alex Janvier exhibition, on view at the National Gallery of. U Tube, Art Moderne, Mural Painting, Canvas, Gallery, Videos, Inspiration, Canadian Art, Crafts For Children

Alex Janvier: Murals

Artist Alex Janvier talks about the difference between painting murals and canvas. Don’t miss the Alex Janvier exhibition, on view at the National Gallery of...