Group of Seven

1911-1931; 1st exhibit, 1920: J.E.H. MacDonald, Franklin Carmichael, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, Lawren S. Harris, Frederick Varley and A.Y. Jackson. 1931 - final exhibition: 1932 - MacDonald died, group disbanded; Canadian Group of Artists replaced Group of Seven: very influential on Canadian art scene.
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Lake Simcoe Artist: Lawren Stewart Harris Title: Lake Simcoe Date: Media: oil on hardboard Dimensions: 34 x 26 cm Credit: Collection of the University of Saskatchewan.

Lawren Harris, Group of Seven, Canadian Artist, "Trees, Algonquin Park"

Lawren Harris, 'Trees, Algonquin Park' at Mayberry Fine Art - Trees, Algonquin Park Lawren Harris RCA, Order of Canada oil on panel in) 1916

Frank Johnston (June 19, 1888 – July 19, 1949) was a Canadian artist associated with the Group of Seven.

Closing Glory / Franz Johnston, Reminds me of so many late winter afternoons, walking alone in the woods.

Frederick Horsman Varley, Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay (1921)

Frederick Varley, Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay, 1921 Frederick Horsman Varley, also known as Fred Varley (January 1881 – September was a member of the Canadian Group of Seven artists.

Own at least one Group of Seven Print (ex. Aurora - A.Y. Jackson - Giclee)

Original landscape and nature art Asencio Bateman Chapel Chung Coles Condon Croxford Gauthier Gibney Grieve Hind Hoop Lu Mernick Modlinski Mora Nachum Pino Ross Rotter Smith Vidan

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