Tom Thomson - Early Snow, 1916. Such a beautiful representation of the woods during winter in Canada.

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.

J.E.H. Macdonald - Group of Seven-Tangled garden

Macdonald - Group of Seven-Tangled Garden, 1916 - oil on cardboard mounted on plywood x 25 cm - National Gallery of Canada

"La Cloche Panorama," Frank Carmichael, 1929, watercolor over graphite on wove…

"La Cloche Panorama," Frank Carmichael, watercolor over graphite on wove paper, 11 x National Gallery of Canada.

winter solstice - Canada’s Tom Thompson — a chunky and loose landscape painter that often used cigar box lids as his canvases. His work was the inspiration for the “Group of Seven,”

winter solstice - Canada’s Tom Thompson — a chunky and loose landscape painter who often used cigar box lids as his canvases. His work was the inspiration for the “Group of Seven,”

"Snow Clouds," Carmichael of the Group of Seven

yoshebitch: “Franklin Carmichael - Snow Clouds, Franklin Carmichael (May 1890 – October was a Canadian artist. He was the youngest original member of the Group of Seven.

This painting by Lawren Harris may have been painted in Algonquin Park in the…

Lawren Harris - may have been painted in Algonquin Park in the company of Thomson. “Birch Tree,” c. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto.

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