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Emily Carr - "The Little Pine"

Emily Carr Canadian Painter 1871 AD - 1945 AD, Canadian Group of Seven

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.

Emily Carr in her caravan

Emily Carr (Born Dec 1871 Victoria, BC- was a Canadian artist and writer heavily inspired by the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

Emily Carr - Vancouver Art Gallery

chasingtailfeathers: “ Emily Carr Young Pines and Sky, circa 1935 oil on paper Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery alongtimealone: Ten thousand flowers in spring, the moon in autumn, a cool breeze.

Forest (Tree Trunks), c. 1938-1939 - Emily Carr

☼ Painterly Landscape Escape ☼ landscape painting by Emily Carr, Forest (Tree Trunks), c.

West Coast Cemetery, Forest Edge (Indian Church, Forest Edge) Emily Carr - Canadian

West Coast Cemetery, Forest Edge (Indian Church, Forest Edge) Emily Carr - Canadian

Emily Carr-New Growth

Perhaps as much as any other tangible record, the McMichael Canadian Art Collection itself stands as a symbol for the enduring legacy of the Group of Seven