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2 edition of Group of Seven = found in the catalog.

Group of Seven =

Dennis Reid

Group of Seven =

Le Groupe des sept

by Dennis Reid

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Published by National Gallery of Canada in [Ottawa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Group of Seven (Group of artists) -- Exhibitions,
  • Painting, Canadian -- Exhibitions

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesGroupe des sept.
    Statementby Dennis Reid.
    ContributionsNational Gallery of Canada.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination247 p. :
    Number of Pages247
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17501797M

    First formed in , the Group of Seven remains Canada’s most famous – and beloved – artist collective. Active until , their work has been reproduced on posters, postcards, notebooks, and in school textbooks for decades – with some of the images becoming iconic interpretations of the Canadian wilderness. But some of the work that these men did is underrepresented in the popular. Other arts and media. The Seven Deadly Sins and the Four Last Things, a painting by Hieronymus Bosch; The Seven Deadly Sins of Modern Times, a painting by Susan Dorothea White; Group of Seven (artists), a group of Canadian landscape painters Seven (play), a documentary play based on the lives of seven women campaigners The Seven (play), a play by Will Power. [Houdini, Harry (Ehrich Weiss)] Group of Seven Books and Pamphlets By or About Houdini. Including Houdini’s Paper Magic (Dutton, ); Houdini’s Book of Magic and Party Pastimes (; cover and spine shelfworn, pale marginal soiling); Houdini: His Life Story (); Secrets of Houdini (; ownership signature of John Northern Hilliard); Houdini versus Robert-Houdin (; inscribed and.


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The Group of Seven was formed one evening in Marchat Lawren Harris's elegant mansion, 63 Queen's Park (now Queen's Park Crescent), Toronto, where St Michael's College, University of Toronto, stands today, and next door, but one, to his friend (and co-heir to the Massey-Harris Company) Vincent Massey, then Dean of Residence at Victoria Author: David Silcox.

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