This large and diverse collection of paintings on the one wall in this part of the Gallery usually has folders at either end identifying the paintings. Because of Covid, that has not been the case, and while scanning a code was available, I didn't partake this time. I've featured this elegant painting before, but attempts to find its identity in my past posts were unsuccessful.
This one I remembered the title of. Mortgaging The Homestead is by George A. Reid. It dates to 1890.
The signature on this one gave me a lead through the Gallery's website. It's Miss Audrey Boller, by Randolph Hewton, dating to 1922-23.
Returning to The Group of Seven. This is The Hilltop, by Franklin Carmichael, dating to 1921.
It was common for Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven to work in the wilds with a field kit of paint brushes and small canvases, do a sketch of a location, and then bring that to full life on canvases in the studio. These paint sketches are some of those.
Here we have Moonlight, by Thomson, done around 1913-14.
Two paintings by J.E.H. Macdonald, another member of the Group. Both date to 1918, and have similar titles. Gleams On The Hills I is at top. Gleams On The Hills II is below it.
Closng out the day: Spring Ice by Thomson, dating to 1916.