Lawren Harris | Grounded Iceberg (Disco Bay), c.1932 | Oil on canvas, 80.0 x 101.6 cm, © Art Gallery of Ontario

Lawrence Harris "Grounded Iceberg (Disco Bay)" Oil on canvas, x cm, Art Gallery of Ontario

Tom Thomson, Early Snow, 1916 I am always drawn to these indistinct images. Trees, especially

Tom Thomson, Early Snow, 1916 From the Winnipeg Art Gallery: “ Tom Thomson was a close and influential colleague of the Group of Seven. He often guided Group members through Ontario’s Algonquin Park.

Now an icon in Canadian art, Emily Carr painted for years without success. In her early 40s she gave up art in order to run a rooming house, and breed dogs. But when she met Lawren Harris of the Group of Seven, she renewed her interest in painting—with excellent results.

Now an icon in Canadian art, Emily Carr painted for years without success.

Franklin Carmichael. (1890-1945) October Gold, 1922 Group of Seven

October Gold - Franklin Carmichael, 1922 He was the youngest original member of The Group of Seven, a group of Canadian landscape painters from 1920 to

J. E. H. MacDonald (Canadian, Group of Seven, 1873–1932) Wind Clouds. Wind…

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

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