Lawren Harris - Group of Seven. <3

Climate change gets artsy (images)

batik called "Iceberg" on a digital composite photograph by Ralph Clevenger, depicting an Antarctic iceberg weighing approximately 300 million tons; the underwater image was shot in Alaska and flipped upside down.

Tom Thomson - "Path Behind Mowat Lodge", 1917

THOMSON, Tom Canadian artist: ~ 'Path Behind Mowat Lodge', 1917 -- collection of Art Gallery of Ontario

Franklin Carmichael ~ Group of Seven

Franklin Carmichael Autumn Hillside 1920 Oil on canvas 76 x © Art Gallery of Ontario, Gift from the J. McLean Collection, Toronto © Courtesy of the Estate of Franklin Carmichael

Frank H. Johnston (Canada, Group of Seven)

Leader in selling artwork by Canadian artist Frank Hans (Franz) Johnston. Contact us to buy or sell art by Frank Hans (Franz) Johnston through our gallery.

Lawren Harris

Lawren Harris Lake Superior Sketch c. Another of the Group of Seven, early century . (Contrast this with Aboriginal Art - similarly brilliant approaches from artists generations apart, similar in their clarity of vision.

A. Y. Jackson - Blue Gentians Alexander Young Jackson, ( 1882 – 1974) was a Canadian painter and a founding member of the Group of Seven.

Jackson - Blue Gentians Alexander Young Jackson, ( 1882 – was a Canadian painter and a founding member of the Group of Seven. Dates: Artist age: Approximately 31 years old.

The Pines - Lawren Harris (This is one of my favorite paintings.)

'Pine' - Lawren Harris (Lawren Stewart Harris, CC) was a Canadian painter. He was born in Brantford, Ontario & is best known as a member of the Group of Seven who pioneered a distinctly Canadian painting style in the early twentieth century.

Frank Carmichael - Canada, Group of Seven. "Snow Clouds" This is what Canada looks like.

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.

Lawren Harris - "Algoma Hill"

"Algoma Hill" by Lawren Harris Biography & Paintings - The Group of Seven - The Art History Archive