The Group of Seven and Tom Thomson

The Group of Seven and Tom Thomson

Book - 2003
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Quite simply, the finest collection of the works of the Group of Seven ever published.

At a critical time in Canada's history, the Group of Seven revolutionized the nation's appreciation of art by celebrating the country as a wild and eminently beautiful land. Their paintings of the wilderness are unmistakable and evoke the same response in viewers today as they did when first exhibited 80 years ago.

The Group of Seven and Tom Thomson , which includes many never-before-reproduced paintings, presents the most complete and extensive collection of their works ever published. Containing 400 paintings and drawings, it reveals the talent and genius of all eleven painters who, at one time or another, were part of the movement:

Frank Carmichael Frank Johnston A.J. Casson Arthur Lismer LeMoine FitzGerald J.E.H. MacDonald Lawren Harris Tom Thomson Edwin Holgate F.H. Varley A.Y. Jackson

The artwork is organized by the various regions of Canada and also includes sections on the war years and still life which demonstrate the versatility of the artists. Introductory essays explain the works and provide a context for greater understanding and appreciation.

Publisher: Toronto : Firefly Books, 2003.
ISBN: 9781552976050
155297605X
Characteristics: 441 p. :,ill. (chiefly col.)
Additional Contributors: Group of Seven (Group of artists)

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readrater Apr 07, 2012

What a spectacular book! The images provided by these amazing artists really show the beautiful wild landscapes of Canada. The back story about Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven is very interesting and a good part of Canadian history. You have to see this book to appreciate the fabulous paintings by this group.

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