For more than 80 years, The Group of Seven has been Canada's best-known art collective. Founded in 1920, the Group-Franklin Carmichael, Lawren S. Harris, A.Y. Jackson, Frank H. Johnston, Arthur Lismer, J.E.H. MacDonald, Frederick H. Varley, A.J. Casson, Edwin Holgate, and Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald-was recognized for their strikingly bold, modernist and colourful images of the Canadian landscape. In creating their art, the Group also contributed greatly to Canada's emerging sense of identity. In their inaugural exhibition catalogue, the Group poignantly wrote: 'An art must grow and flower in the land before the country will be a real home for its people.' In The Group of Seven in Western Canada, Catharine Mastin, curator of the Glenbow exhibition, along with five other Canadian scholars and curators explore the inspiration and influence of the west on both the Group's artwork and their sense of national identity. The book focuses on the significant themes and works produced by the Group from artistic, political, geographical, social and cultural perspectives in order to create the first, and most comprehensive, study of the Group's western muse. With 130 images and photographs to accompany the fascinating and insightful text, The Group of Seven in Western Canada is a unique and outstanding contribution to the history and legacy of Canadian art. the glenbow museum is a world-class multi-disciplinary institution that includes a permanent art collection, western Canada's largest museum, Canada's largest non-government archives, and an unparalleled western Canada reference library. Located in Calgary, it is world-renowned for its innovative programming and exhibitions.
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Catharine M. Mastin is Senior Curator of Art at the Glenbow Museum, Calgary and has worked as an art curator since 1988. She has curated numerous Canadian historical and contemorary art exhibitions and worked as a programmer and educator in the arts. She obtained an M.A from York University in 1988.
Robert Stacey is a Toronto-based independent curator, writer and editor who has published extensively on Canadian artists and designers, including C.W. Jefferys (his grandfather), J.E.H MacDonald, Tom Thomson, and Allan Harding MacKay.
Marcia Crosby has been an instructor in the First Nations Studies Department at Malaspina University/College in Nanaimo, B.C. since 1996. She completed her M.A. at the University of British Columbia in 1994. An historian of Tsimpshian and Haida ancestry, her maternal lineage is Tsimpshian originating form Maxxtakxatta (Metlakatla) and Gisbutwaada (Killer Whale clan; House of Gitlan).
Anna Hudson is the Assistant Curator of Canadian Art at the Art Gallery of Ontario, and Adjucnt Professor in the Graduate program in art History at York University. She received her doctorate in the History of Art from the University of Toronto in 1997.
Liz Wylie is currently the University of Toronto Art Curator. She has worked previously as an independent curator and has published widely, mainly on contemporary Canadian art.
Ann Davis is Director of The Nickle Arts Museum, Calgary, and Director of the Programme in Museum and Heritage Studies at the University of Calgary. She completed her doctorate in 1974 at York University, and has written many books on Canadian art and abstract painting.About the Author:
The Glenbow Museum is a world-class multi-disciplinary institution that includes a permanent art collection, western Canada’s largest museum, Canada’s largest non-government archives, and an unparalleled western Canada reference library. Located in downtown Calgary, it is world-renowned for its innovative programming and exhibitions. Glenbow’s museum houses displays ranging from western Canadiana, militaria, Africana, and minerology, to First Nations culture. The art collection emphasizes particularly the history of northwestern North America, and the historical and contemporary art of the First Nations.
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