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The Group of Seven Canadian arts were also known as the Algonquin school. The Group was the first Canadian school of artists who believed that their style should be developed by direct contact with the landscape. They worked from 1920 until the mid-1930's, recording the wild and rugged landscapes of Canada. This produced some fascinating and inspiring Group of Seven oil paintings. The group comprised of A. Y. Jackson, A.J. Casson, Frederick Varley, Franklin Carmichael, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer and Lawren Harris. The whole group combined made many Group of Seven paintings. A.Y. Jackson's oil on canvas painting, The Red Maple 1914, is symbolic of the movement and depicts the Oxtongue River in Algonquin Park. This and other famous pieces are available as Group of Seven replicas today.
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