Clarence Gagnon

Village In The Laurentian Mountains (Group Of Seven) by Clarence Gagnon


Clarence Gagnon (Group of Seven) / Village In The Laurentian Mountains
Year 1925
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 Clarence Gagnon is best known for his scenes of rural Quebec. His print Village In The Laurentian Mountains is an iconic work of art.

Clarence Gagnon (1881 – 1942) was a Canadian painter from the province of Quebec. Gagnon studied at the Art Association of Montreal in 1897and esiring to improve his knowledge of art, he went to the Académie Julian in Paris. He invented a new kind of winter landscape that consisted of mountains, valleys, sharp contrasts, vivid colours, and sinuous lines.

Note Available only in Canada and the United States

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