Group of Seven

Group of Canadian born painters who believed that through immersion in the experience of nature and the representation of that experience they could open a fresh school of form that was distinctly "Canadian". Emily Carr is the female counterpart to this group - often considered of a closely related spirit... Thompson served as early inspiration... Harris funded much of the travel... others were added beyond the initial 7...
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winter solstice - by Tom Thompson

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.

Arthur Lismer - Member of the Group of Seven, Canadian Painters - The Art History Archive

Arthur Lismer - The Glacier (aka Glacier Above Moraine Lake) oil on canvas, x cm. Collection of the Art Gallery of Hamilton

Tom Thomson, Birches and Cedars, Fall, 1915

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Iceberg, Smith Sound II, By Lawren Harris

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"Spring on the Oxtongue River" by Lawren Harris. In 1915, Harris and Tom Thomson came to the Oxtongue River and Algonquin Park. Together, the two canoed the Oxtongue River where Harris sketched the river’s lustrous greens and purple tones. Harris captured his experience along the Oxtongue River in a canvas he titled “Spring on the Oxtongue River”. This work of art is part of the Group of Seven collection at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery in Sarnia, Ontario.

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

Lawren Harris

Joe Norris: Paintings and Furniture, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, 1978