By Emily Carr
Item #: 10075441A
15.5" x 24"
12" x 20" without border
Ships within 24 hours
This fine art print is produced on Forest Stewardship Council certified paper, using post-consumer and sustainably sourced paper, and soy-based inks. The detailed proofing process and standarized printing plates of offset lithography ensure this print reproduction maintains vivid colors and faithfulness to the original work of art.
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Iconic Canadian artist Emily Carr (1874 – 1945) painted the raw, untamed vastness of the British Columbian wilderness, Indian totem poles and other indigenous art in a sweeping, powerfully unique style. An eccentric, rugged individualist who was considered scandalously unladylike by Victorian society, Carr derived inspiration from Impressionism, Cubism and Fauvism. After being told that the Canadian forests were unpaintable, the defiant Carr illustrated their beauty and diversity for her entire career. When she was 57, her work finally sparked critical acclaim, which prompted her most prolific period. Carr also wrote seven books, winning the Governor General’s Award for Literature in 1942.
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