A.Y. Jackson

The Red Maple (Group Of Seven) by A.Y. Jackson


A.Y. Jackson (Group of Seven) / The Red Maple
Year 1914
Giclée on Canvas / Moulded Espresso Wood Frame
Unframed 20” H x 24” W
Framed 21.5 H x 25.5” W

Group Of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson is one of the founding members of the iconic Canadian group. His print, The Red Maple, will leave a lasting impression.

As a leading member of the Group of Seven, Alexander Young Jackson (1882 – 1974) helped to remake the visual image of Canada. Anxious to become a painter rather than a commercial artist, Jackson saved assiduously and in September 1907 enrolled in the Académie Julian in Paris. Soon after his return to Montréal, Jackson painted Edge of the Maple Wood, a canvas that brought him in contact with his future friends in the Toronto-based Group of Seven.

Note Available only in Canada and the United States

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