The Little Pine by Emily Carr

Emily Carr Canadian Painter 1871 AD - 1945 AD, Canadian Group of Seven

Emily Carr - Trees in the Sky: Looks like the palm trees that I detest. Better in this painting though.

Emily Carr - Trees in the Sky: I was not ready for abstraction. I clung to earth and her dear shapes, her density, her herbage, her juice. I wanted her volume, and I wanted to hear her throb.

"Snow Clouds," Frank Carmichael, 1938, oil on Masonite, 37.8 x 47.8", National Gallery of Canada.

yoshebitch: “Franklin Carmichael - Snow Clouds, Franklin Carmichael (May 1890 – October was a Canadian artist. He was the youngest original member of the Group of Seven.

Emily Carr - Vancouver Art Gallery

chasingtailfeathers: “ Emily Carr Young Pines and Sky, circa 1935 oil on paper Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery alongtimealone: Ten thousand flowers in spring, the moon in autumn, a cool breeze.

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Emily Carr - "Woods Interior" this one seriously reminds me of that cave-like house design I dig. Makes me wonder if the architect might have been insiried by this painting.

"Chemainus Bay, Vancouver Island," Emily Carr, 1924 - 1925, oil on paperboard, 17.72 x 13.27",  Glenbow Museum.

"Chemainus Bay, Vancouver Island," Emily Carr, 1924 - oil on paperboard, x Glenbow Museum.

Blue Sky and Forest, 1939, Emily Carr. Canadian (1871 - 1945) - Oil on Paper laid on Board -

poboh: “ Blue Sky and Forest, Emily Carr. Canadian - - Oil on Paper laid on Board - ”

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