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The Group of Seven group of 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. The group comprised A. Y. Jackson, A.J. Casson, Frederick Varley, Franklin Carmichael, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer and Lawren Harris. 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.
Your guys really do great Impressionist work, solid brush strokes and plenty of paint. I now understand why you told me to wait until the painting was properly dry. I was so eager to get it and have it framed, but the extra wait was well worth it and I am...
Fred J. Trenton, NJ
This was my fourth painting from you and it did not disappoint. I will let you know as soon as I have decided on the final painting for my house.
Jenni Spring, MA
Hi James...we hope this finds you well. We just wanted to thank you for doing such a wonderful job with our painting, which to can see below looks great!We look forward to our next one!All the best,Patricia and Marc
Patricia L. and Marc L.. New York City
When I was looking at your website I must say I was very impressed with the huge range of artists and size options that you have, but wondered if you would be able to recreate the painting of my choice in the 3 week timeframe that you promised. When the p...
Bill Scott, NYC
Hi RobynJust received the two Russell paintings. They are great. Thanks so much.