Lawren Harris, Maligne Lake, Jasper Park (1924). He was a Canadian artist and a member of the Group of Seven.
Lawren Harris, The Red House, c. 1930 - Group of Seven, Canada
Emily Carr Pastiche by ~ChristinaPrice on deviantART
Emily Carr - Totem Forest - 1930 Oil - Vancouver Art Gallery
One of Tom Thomson's finest pieces!One of my personal favourites!
a. j. casson, Housetops in the Ward C. 1924 114 x 94 cm
Do you know the difference between the three types of totem poles? We asked North American expert and celebrated artist, Andy Everson, to help explain 5 things you have to know about totem poles! #AboriginalBC
"Canoes" by Canadian artist Michel Poirier, who celebrates his home country in his portfolio.
Design 2: I like the idea that moon be two sides and that one side could have these geese and the other side could just be the moon with nothing on it. The idea of wiping away culture.
A.J. Casson Moose Lake
This is a magnificent Pacific Northwest Canadian First Nations art limited edition print by Todd Jason Baker of the Squamish Nation. Todd is a master artist and lives in West Vancouver, Canada
Norval Morriseau "Man Changing into Thunderbird"
As Above, So Below ~ Chili Thom, Canadian Artist
Emily Carr Paintings Original | Canadian Art - an Original Group of Seven Painting
Harris, Lawren S. | Morning, Lake Superior, Around 1921-1928 | Montreal Museum of Fine Arts | Quebec and Canadian Art
Robbie Craig - Bison Under the Aurora (Print)