Group of Seven

Group of Seven Canada

Group of Seven — sometimes known as the Algonquin school — were a group of Canadian landscape painters from 1920 to 1933.

Other Artists Associated With Group:

Emily Carr 1871 - 1945
Emily Carr 1871 - 1945

Tom Thomson
T. Thomson 1877 - 1917

The Group of Seven held their last exhibition together in 1930, and most of the members went on to refine and redefine their own unique styles.

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Franklin Carmichael

Some of the finest of Carmichael's work is the countryside and rural buildings around his hometown. Like A.J. ...
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Lawren Harris

Born in Brantford, Ontario October 23 1885; died January 29 1970. After three years of study in Germany ...
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AY Jackson

Alexander Young Jackson, born Montreal October 1882; died 1973. He became a well known as a Canadian landscape ...
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Clarence A Gagnon

Born in Montreal and began studying art in 1897 with William Brymner at the Art Association of Montreal. ...
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Frederick Varley

Frederick Horseman Varley was born in Sheffield, England January 2, 1881; died September 8, 1969. He was one ...
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Tom Thomson

Tom Thomson

Born near Claremont, Ontario; the family moved to Leith near Owen Sound, where he grew up. First visited ...
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JEH MacDonald

James Edward Hervey MacDonald (May 12, 1873 – November 26, 1932), known as J. E. H. MacDonald, was ...
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Emily Carr 1871 - 1945

Emily Carr

Born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1871. She first studied art in San Francisco, California and then in ...
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