Lawren Harris

Canadian Artist Lawren Harris - ‘Spring on the Oxtongue River’, 1924 One of "The group of Seven".

A.J. Casson died in 1992 at age 94 and is buried on the grounds of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, along with six other Group of Seven members.

Silkscreen by Alfred Joseph Casson (Canadian, Poplar. Silkscreen, 30 x 40 in. (Group of Seven)

Wildflower decor to match the ice cubes?

Centerpieces on a VERY Small Budget

Yesterday an exhibition of paintings at the Dulwich Picture Gallery came to an end after nearly twelve weeks; it was called "Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven". It was a really s...

Synthesis and Understanding – the Spirit of Art: Tom Thomson

'Icebergs and Mountains, Greenland' by Canadian painter Lawren S. Harris (1885-1979). via Bert Christensen

'Icebergs and Mountains, Greenland' by Group of Seven Canadian painter Lawren S. Harris via Bert Christensen

"Birch Island" By A.J. Casson | ManorHill Fine Art

CASSON, A. - Canadian artist - 'Birch Island' in the Manitoulin District of northern Lake Huron.

A Clear Winter: Arthur Lismer’s crisply Canadian landscape, Canadian Group of Seven

A Clear Winter: Arthur Lismer’s crisply Canadian landscape

Formation of the Group of Seven was still four years away when Lismer painted this bold, lyrical oil of an Ontario hill and sky suffused by winter light

Lawren Harris - The Pines. A great print - I have a large one in my living room.

'Pine' - Lawren Harris (Lawren Stewart Harris, CC) was a Canadian painter. He was born in Brantford, Ontario & is best known as a member of the Group of Seven who pioneered a distinctly Canadian painting style in the early twentieth century.

Ice House, Coldwell, Lake Superior - Lawren Harris

Lawren Harris - "Ice House, Coldwell, Lake Superior", 1923 This is an incredibale painting.