Alfred Joseph Casson, OC ( May 17 1898 – February 19 1992) was a Canadian artist, one of the later members of the Group of Seven. ...more on Wikipedia about "A. J. Casson"
Alexander Young Jackson, CC , CMG (born October 3, 1882 in Montreal, Quebec, died April 5, 1974 in Kleinburg, Ontario) was a Canadian painter and founding member of the Group of Seven. ...more on Wikipedia about "A. Y. Jackson"
Aba Bayefsky ( April 7, 1923 - May 5, 2001) was a Canadian artist and teacher. ...more on Wikipedia about "Aba Bayefsky"
Agnes Martin ( March 22, 1912 – December 16, 2004) was a Canadian- American minimalist painter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Agnes Martin"
The Honourable David Alexander Colville, PC , CC , ONS , BFA , LL.D (born August 24 1920 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian painter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex Colville"
Alfred Pellan ( 16 May, 1906 - 31 October, 1988) is an important figure in twentieth-century Québec painting. He was born in Québec City in 1906. From the age of fourteen until his graduation in 1926 he studied at the École des Beaux-Arts de Québec. The same year, he became the first recipient of a fine-arts scholarship from the Québec government, which allowed him to study at the École supérieure nationale des beaux-arts de Paris. He stayed in Paris until 1940, completing his artistic education, then moved to Montréal. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfred Pellan"
Anne Langton ( June 24, 1804 – May 10, 1893) was an aristocratic English artist who specialized in landscapes and miniature portaiture. In 1837, she settled on the frontier in Upper Canada, where she continued her artwork and also became known for her writing. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anne Langton" My www.shortopedia.com is mine.
Anne Savage, born July 27, 1896 – died March 25, 1971, was a Canadian painter and art teacher. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anne Savage"
Arthur Lismer CC ( June 27, 1885 – March 23, 1969) was born in England in 1885. He emigrated from Sheffield, England to Canada in 1911. He settled in Toronto, Ontario and took a job with Grip - a commercial design company. The collaboration of four artists employed at Grip gradually evolved into as the " Group of Seven", easily the most famous art movement in Canadian history. Another artist also associated with the group is Tom Thomson (though technically he died before the group formed), who also worked with the cadre at Grip. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Lismer"
Attila Richard Lukacs (born 1962 in Alberta) is a controversial Canadian artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Attila Richard Lukacs"
The Beaver Hall Group was a Montreal based assemblage of Canadian painters formed in May of 1920 by artists who had met while studying art at a school run by Art Association of Montreal . ...more on Wikipedia about "Beaver Hall Group"
Bertram Richard Brooker ( March 31, 1888 – March 22, 1955) was a Canadian writer, painter, musician, and advertising agency executive. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bertram Brooker"
The Canadian Group of Painters was a group of noted Canadian painters formed in 1931. The impetus was the Group of Seven, whose influence on Canadian art can't be underestimated. ...more on Wikipedia about "Canadian Group of Painters"
Charles Fraser Comfort ( 1900 – July 5, 1994) was a Canadian painter, sculptor, teacher, writer and administrator. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Comfort"
Charles Daudelin ( October 1, 1920 – April 2, 2001) was a Canadian sculptor and painter, a major Quebec artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Charles Daudelin"
John Christopher Pratt (born 1935 in St. John's, Newfoundland) is a Canadian painter. He moved to New Brunswick in 1953 to attend Mount Allison University, where he met his future wife, the artist Mary Pratt (nee West). They married in 1957. In 1961 he became the curator at the Memorial University Art Gallery in St. John's, where he stayed for two and half years. He and his wife then moved to St. Mary's Bay. ...more on Wikipedia about "Christopher Pratt"
Conrad Mieschke is a professional Canadian artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Conrad Mieschke"
Cornelius Krieghoff ( June 19, 1815 – March 8, 1872) is probably the most popular Canadian painter of the 19th century. Krieghoff is most famous for his paintings of Canadian landscapes and Canadian life outdoors, particularly in the winter. He painted a number of variants of his most popular subject matter (e.g. Running the Toll). ...more on Wikipedia about "Cornelius Krieghoff"
Cynthia Gould is a writer, painter, and spoken word performer from Toronto, Canada. Gould was educated at Durham College where she received a degree in graphic design. Her work and performances have been showcased across North America, touring twice with The Perpetual Motion Roadshow. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cynthia Gould"
Derek R. Audette (born June 16th, 1971) is a Canadian artist, musician and poet. ...more on Wikipedia about "Derek R. Audette"
Dottie Attie (born 1938) is a Canadian painter. She is best known for her voyeuristic reproductions of the paintings of the Old Masters presented with accompanying text to create a narrative. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dottie Attie"
Edwin Holgate (born in Allandale, Ontario on August 19 1892; died in Montreal, Quebec on May 21 1977), was a Canadian artist, painter and engraver. Holgate played a major role in Montreal's art community, and the Montreal Museum of Fine Art, where he both studied and taught. He was known primarily as a portraitist and for a number of female nudes in outdoor settings that he painted during the 1930s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edwin Holgate"
Emily Carr ( December 13, 1871 – March 2, 1945) was a Canadian artist and writer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emily Carr"
Fernand Leduc (b. 4 July 1916 Viauville, Montréal, Québec) is a Canadian Québécois painter ( abstract expression) who was a major figure in the Quebec contemporary art scene from 1940s to 1950s. During his 50 years' career Fernand Leduc has participated in many expositions in Canada, France and other countries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Fernand Leduc"
Frank Johnston ( June 19 1888- July 19 1949) was a Canadian artist associated with the Group of Seven. ...more on Wikipedia about "Frank Johnston (artist)"
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