'Shacks' by Lawren Stewart Harris at Cowley Abbott
Art Auction Sales and Artwork details for 'Shacks' by Lawren S. Harris created in and presented by Cowley Abbott with art galleries in Toronto and Winnipeg. Find available paintings, past sales for Lawren S. Harris and valuation information on the artist Lawren Stewart Harris
Lawren Harris, Lake Superior III
oil on canvas 40 ins x 50 ins; 100 cms x 125 cms Auction Estimate: $400,000-500,000 Price Realized: $1,056,000 (Joyner Spring Auction of Important Canadian Art - November 22nd, 1988) Painted circa 1923-1924. In 1935 Vincent Massey was appointed High Commissioner for Canada in London. The Massey’s collection of Canadian paintings, including Lake Superior III, accompanied them to the official residence in Hyde Park Gardens. Hubbard writes that in 1938 “Canadian art received an…
Artist Leila Zelli, Winner of the 2019 Impressions Residency - The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA), in collaboration with the Conseil des arts de Montréal (CAM), is pleased to announce the winner of the 2019 Impressions residency: artist Leila Zelli. Every year since 2013, the Museum has invited an emerging visual artist representing Montreal’s cultural diversity or a First Nations, Inuit or Métis community …
Canada's Group of Seven: kings of the wild frontier - in pictures
A look at Dulwich Picture Gallery's exhibition celebrating Canada's greatest artists, which have not been shown in this country since 1925
Top 18 Paintings by “The Group of Seven”
The Group of Seven — sometimes known as the Algonquin school — were a group of Canadian landscape painters from 1920 to 1933 (originally consisting of 7 artists)
Bylot Island Shore, Arctic Sketch XXXII | Art Gallery of Ontario
AGO’s collection of close to 95,000 works ranges from cutting-edge contemporary art to European masterpieces; from the vast collection by the Group of Seven to works by established and emerging Indigenous Canadian artists.
Lawren Harris’s vision of the north at the MFA - The Boston Globe
The manifold strengths in Canadian painter Lawren Harris’s art are best perceived in person: a point made by an important new MFA show.
Cool down with Lawren Harris
Lawren Harris was a Canadian painter widely recognized for his stark, and sometimes abstract, landscapes of northern Canada and the Arctic Circle. He was a founding member of the Group of Seven, a...
Steve Martin's New Gig | Goop
Steve Martin is a big collector of modern painting (he owns important works by Francis Bacon, Edward Hopper, Eric Fischl, and Lucian Freud), so in some ways, it comes as no surprise that he’s partnered with the Hammer Museum as the co-curator of their newest exhibition,
$11.2M Lawren Harris painting sets Canadian auction record
The record price for the Group of Seven artist's Mountain Forms includes a $1.8 million "buyer's premium."
Lawren Harris painting sells for record-breaking $3.9M in auction | CBC News
Paintings by famous Canadian artists — including Lawren Harris and Tom Thomson — garnered record prices on Thursday night at the Heffel Fine Art Auction in Toronto, with one Harris painting smashing records with a final bid of $3.9 million.