Lawren S. Harris Boxed Notecards
Schooled in French Impressionism and filled with national pride, a small community of artists came together in 1920 to form the Group of Seven, whose objective was to produce distinctly Canadian imagery. The impetus for this association was Lawren S. Harris, who firmly believed in the need for a national art movement. Harris painted the Canadian landscape with enthusiasm, capturing the majesty of its wilderness and its inherent spirituality. The mystical quality of his works sets them apart from those of the other Group of Seven members.
Contains five each of the following images:
Montreal River, c. 1920
Pic Island, c. 1924
Mt. Lefroy, 1930
North Shore, Lake Superior, 1926