This very rare limited edition print comes custom framed. This print was obtained through an authorized Group of Seven publisher, and is hand-numbered. Lawren Stewart Harris (born 23 October 1885 in Brantford, ON; died 29 January 1970 in Vancouver, BC) was the catalyst and leader in the creation of the Group of Seven, founding member and first president of the Canadian Group of Painters, and the painter who influenced Jock Macdonald — and through him, other Toronto painters — to paint abstractly. In his paintings, he reduced the shapes of mountains, shoreline, trees, lakes and clouds, always parallel to the picture plane, to their essentials for an austere, monumental effect. Harris had a profound influence on three generations of artists in Canada. This museum framed giclee (print) measures 35 x 32 inches.
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