Image detail for -Morning, Lake O'Hara -- painting by J.E.H. MacDonald | This reminds me so much of Grinell Lake, Glacier Natl Park.

MacDonald - Morning, Lake O'Hara (aka Early Morning, Rocky Mountains), oil on canvas, x cm. Collection of The Sobey Art Foundation.

Lawren S. Harris ~ 'Lake Superior III' Harris is also the only member of the Group who kept pushing his painting, never resting for long with one style or one species of subject matter. Long after the Group disbanded, Harris continued to grow and change as a painter, moving eventually into art deco and pure abstraction. He was also a talented ceramicist, and in 1922 he published a volume of poems.

Lawren S. Harris ~ 'Lake Superior III' Harris is also the only member of the Group who kept pushing his painting, never resting for long with one style or one species of subject matter. Long after the Group disbanded, Harris continued to grow and change

Lawren Harris "Lake Superior Sketch II" c.1924

huariqueje: “ Lake Superior Sketch LI, c. - Lawren S. Harris, 1923 Canadian, oil on panel; x cm Collection of the AGW ”

"Houses, Cobalt," Frank Carmichael, ca. 1931-1932, color linocut on laid paper, block: 6.1 x 7.2", National Gallery of Canada.

"Houses, Cobalt" by Franklin Carmichael, 1932 I really like the narrow colour palette used in this picture.

Franklin Carmichael - Bay of Islands

Group of Seven

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

"La Cloche Landscape," Frank Carmichael, ca. 1939-1940, watercolor over graphite on wove paper, 11.14 x 13.46", National Gallery of Canada.

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

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