A.Y. Jackson (Canadian, Group of Seven, 1882–1974): The Red Maple, November 1914. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Jackson (Canadian Group of Seven, ~ The Red Maple ~ November 1914 ~ National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

A.Y. Jackson - Road to Baie, St. Paul

Jackson - Road to Baie St. Paul, oil on canvas, x cm, Purchase 1968 with funds donated by C.

"Wild Mustard, Brockville," A.Y. Jackson, June 1922, oil on wood, 8.4 x 10.5", National Gallery of Canada.

050215 ~ 051814 Wild Mustard ~ "Wild Mustard, Brockville," A. Jackson, June oil on wood, x National Gallery of Canada.


Jackson - Algonquin Park (July x Oil on panel

"Red Trees Reflected in Lake," A.Y. Jackson, 1913, oil on wood, 8.22 x 10.66", National Gallery of Canada.

Alexander Young Jackson Red Trees Reflected in Lake, oil on wood, 21 x 27 cm

An all-but-forgotten 1938 painting by A.Y. Jackson, depicting the Northwest Territories mine that produced uranium for the world’s first atomic bomb. Jackson’s "Radium Mine" was exhibited only once, in 1939, and had remained in the private collection of the Gerald LaBine family, until being sold at auction in 2012. Lot 157 Jackson.jpg

A.Y. Jackson canvas showing Canadian mine that fuelled atomic bomb emerges at auction

Even the most fledgling Canadian art dilettante knows about the Group of Seven and can probably even name a few names – Tom Thomson and Emily Carr,

A.Y. Jackson - A Quebec Farm, 1930

huariqueje: A Quebec Farm - Tom Thomsom 1930 Canadian on canvas