Island Geogian Bay
Island Geogian Bay by Franklin Carmichael
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Enhance any room with this beautiful part of Canadian art history. Some of the finest of Carmichael’s work is the country side and rural buildings around his hometown. Franklin Carmichael was born in Orillia Ontario. He went to Toronto in 1911 and studied at the Ontario College of Art. He became a member of the Group of Seven in 1920 and the Canadian Group of Painters in 1933. He taught at the Ontario College of Art (1932-1945). His early works used a rich paint impasto, glowing with colour. Carmichael loved the natural pattern he discovered within nature, and he reflected this in his artwork. Today his works still stand out as icons of Canadian art, placing him among Canada’s finest painters, both in the medium of oils and of water colours. Carmichael died in Toronto in 1945.
- Materials: Polyurethane and canvas
- Glass-framed using Bainbridge Alpha mats (acid free with pure white core)
- Gallery style 7.6 cm (3-in.) polyurethane frame in a mahogany finish
- Professionally finished with paper dust covers
- Artist bio on the backside
- Print is “Limited Edition”
- Ready to hang
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