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The group of Seven replica Art Project Lawren Harris
Transcript of The group of Seven replica Art Project Lawren Harris
Images from Shutterstock.com Career Personal Life In 1913 Lawren Harris and J. E. H. MacDonald, a Toronto painter who would also create the Group of Seven, saw an exhibition in Buffalo, New York, of Scandinavian art
In 1934 Lawren Harris moved to Hanover, New Hampshire, then in 1938 to Santa Fe, New Mexico
In 1940 they moved to Vancouver, British Columbia
In 1969 he was made a Companion of the Order of Canada Death Lawren Harris died in Vancouver in 1970, as a well known artist.
To Harris art was a "realm of life between our mundane world and the world of the spirit". The Group of seven Replica
Lawren Harris Biography of Lawren Harris Lawren Stewart Harris was born on October 23, 1885 in Brantford Ontario.
He attended St. Andrew's College.
Lawren Harris married Beatrice (Trixie) Philips and had three children.
Lawren met and befriended J.E.H. MacDonald in 1911 In 1918 and 1919, Lawren Harris with J. E. H. MacDonald financed boxcar trips
By 1919 Harris's landscapes became darker and his brush stroke more expressive
Lawren Harris loved and fascinated about the North Shore and by the theosophical idea of nature
In the 1920s, Harris' works became more abstract and simplified
In 1920 the Group of Seven was formed and began holding annual exhibitions of their work
His first trip to Rockies was in 1924 http://www.dailyartfixx.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/Maligne-Lake-Jasper-Park-Lawren-Harris-1924.jpg
books.google.ca Bibliography Record Sales Lawren's Baffin Island painting
Algoma Hill painting
Pine Tree and Red House, Winter, City Painting II paintings
Nerke, Greenland painting The Group of Seven The members of the Group of seven were: Franklin Carmichael, Lawren Harris, A.Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, J.E.H. MacDonald and Frederick Varley
Tom Thomson was not a member of the Group of Seven
The Group of Seven was formed in 1920
MacDonald, Lismer, Varley, Johnston and Carmichael all met at Grip Limited, a design firm in Toronto
In 1919 they started calling themselves the Group of Seven
In 1920, the group had their first exhibition to show their work
The Group of Seven's last exhibition was in 1931 What was happening in Canada during that time? In 1914 World war won started
The war ended on November 11, 1918 with the treaty of Versailles
In 1920s Soldiers returning home from World War 1 expected to find good jobs
In the mid-1920s gradually more people could afford new luxuries such as automobiles and radios Feelings: Happy
passionate Themes: Pic Island, Lake Superior
Landscape Lawren Harris used thin, curved, diagonal and horizontal lines. It creates the effect of the landscape. The value of the island is dark and the sky, water and the clouds are light. It makes the island stand out. Social Concerns: The cloud is a natural shape and expresses length and width. The island's hills may look rough, but the paper is smooth. The center of the sky has the most depth,because it is the furthest from the viewer. The clouds create movement, by moving apart and creates movement from the viewer's point of view. The peak of the island shows how the space between the clouds.The reflection of the light in the water shows the spaces between the island and the main land. The repeating pattern of the painting are the edges of the landscape and the clouds. The edges are all the same, they are all pointed. The center of the island catches my attention, because it is a darker color and is part of the highest peak of the island. The water creates a mood of calm and tranquility. The island was painted in a high point of view. The island seems to float on the shimmering surface of the water. The shape of the clouds shows that the island is the main object of the painting. The similar shapes of the island and the clouds edges and the curved shaped of the reflection of light on the surface of the water creates balance and unity. The painting relaxes viewers. Issues: How does the painting reflects the beliefs and Canadian cultures? It reflects the beliefs and cultures of Canadians by showing a lake where people could fish, ride boats and it's about nature. By: Justin