Franklin Carmichael

"A landscape clean and crisp in form and colour, rich in inspiration is all that an artist could wish for, begging to be used, and full of inherent possibilities. A Northern Silver Mine, 1930

Bay of Islands, 1930 Franklin Carmichael was a Canadian painter and the youngest member of the original Group of Seven. He was greatly influenced by Tom Thomson with whom he shared studio spade. Along with A. J. Casson and F. H. Brigden, Carmichael founded the Ontario Society of Painters in Watercolour in 1925. He also founded the Canadian Group of Painters in 1933, which several members of the Group of Seven would later join. He taught at the Ontario College of Art from 1932 to 1945.

artgalleryofontario: Bay of Islands, 1930 Franklin Carmichael (Canadian) Watercolour, watercolour on paper, x cm Gift from Friends of Canadian Art Fund, boy girl pet

Franklin Carmichael - Bay of Islands

Franklin Carmichael, Bay of Islands, 1931 Oil on canvas x cm McMichael Canadian Art Collection

"Coldwell, Lake Superior," Franklin Carmichael, 1926, watercolor on paper, 11 x 13 1/4", Art Gallery of Hamilton.

"Coldwell, Lake Superior," Franklin Carmichael, watercolor on paper, 11 x 13 Art Gallery of Hamilton. Looks an awful lot like Quidi Vidi in St.