Lawren Harris -Group of Seven-Shimmering Water

Group of Seven artist Lawren Harris Shimmering water Algonquin Park, Canadian Group of Seven artists

Tom Thomson

white birch grove painting, aTom Thomson paintings reproduction, we never sell white birch grove poster

Early Snow, 1916, by Tom Thomson, Canadian (Group of Seven)

Tom Thomson, Early Snow, 1916 From the Winnipeg Art Gallery: “ Tom Thomson was a close and influential colleague of the Group of Seven. He often guided Group members through Ontario’s Algonquin Park.

Emily Carr

Lone Cedar Post-Impressionist artist Emily Carr was born in Victoria, BC in At that time the early settlement was a few thousand s.

Tom Thomson- Group of Seven- Woodland Waterfall

Tom Thomson - Group of Seven - Woodland Waterfall (my sister gifted me a huge framed print of this one - love it so much).

Now an icon in Canadian art, Emily Carr painted for years without success. In her early 40s she gave up art in order to run a rooming house, and breed dogs. But when she met Lawren Harris of the Group of Seven, she renewed her interest in painting—with excellent results.

Now an icon in Canadian art, Emily Carr painted for years without success.

Emily Carr, one of the Group of Seven - Indian War Canoe

Emily Carr Canadian / Indian War Canoe (Alert Bay), 1912 / Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

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)