Canadian Art Night In the Zone
Did you miss In the Zone with Cyn Gagen and Robi Cohen tonight? You can watch the replay here: In the Zone - Canadian Art - June 27th, 2011 So many wonderful artists, such a huge country and so little time... My focus was on The Group of Seven because they are best known for their great Canadian landscapes. They were strongly influenced by the French Impressionism of the late 1800's and this is evident is works like Frank H. Johnston Serenity Lake of the Woods, 1922 A.Y. Jackson Winter…
during my work on MULAN I was introduced by RICK SLUITER, the art director and a canadian, to one of the most well known CANADIAN painters – ALFRED JOSEPH CASSON, 1898 – 1992. this pain…
Group Of Seven Art - Canadian Art Prints
Quality canvas and framed prints by Thomson, Casson, Harris, Carmichael, Jackson, MacDonald, Lismer, Varley and Johnston. Largest selection. Made in Canada.
Snow day paintings: Tom Thomson - Two Coats of Paint
Tom Thomson (Canada, 1877-1917) worked as a commercial artist and then a painter and wilderness guide in Northern Ontario. According to the National Gallery of Canada’s website, Thomson sketched mostly in the spring or summer, wintering in Toronto where he worked his sketches up into larger canvases. By late 1915, Thomson’s approach to landscape painting … read more... "Snow day paintings: Tom Thomson"
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Lake Superior: Janet Lewis and the Group Of Seven
My recent visit to Lake Superior put me in mind of the following poem by Janet Lewis, as well as of paintings of Lake Superior by artists in...
Lawren Harris painting sells for $2.8M | CBC News
Fears over the European debt crisis did little to dissuade art connoisseurs at a Vancouver auction Wednesday, where works by Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris sparked seven-figure bidding wars.
A. J. Casson | "Alfred Joseph Casson was a member of the Group of Seven — likeminded Canadian landscape painters active in the early part of the 20th century. " - Google Search