Carrying on with where I left things off yesterday, we have Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay, by F.H. Varley, another member of the Group of Seven, done in 1921.
Here we have another canvas by J.E.H. MacDonald. The Tangled Garden is a 1916 work.
Looking back across to the other side of this space again, with that wonderful collection of paintings.
At the base of the large risen pedestal for the canoe is a description of it.
Back to the Seven. Fire Swept Algoma is a 1920 canvas by Franz Johnston.
The Solemn Land is a 1921 painting by MacDonald, depicting the Algoma region of northern Ontario, a place he particularly loved.
Another member of the Group was Arthur Lismer. This is his work A September Gale, Georgian Bay, done in 1921. We'll carry on with more tomorrow.