J.E.H. MacDonald

Batchawana Rapids (Group Of Seven) by J.E.H. MacDonald


J.E.H. MacDonald (Group of Seven) / Batchawana Rapids
Year 1920
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 J.E.H. MacDonald is one of the founders of the Canadian group. His print, Batchawana Rapids, is sure to leave a lasting impression.

J.E.H. MacDonald (1873 – 1932) together with Lawren Harris constituted the driving force and inspiration in the formation of The Group of Seven. They held similar beliefs in the direction and ideals of art in Canada, and MacDonald often found himself spokesman for the new artistic movement. Born in England, MacDonald immigrated to Canada as a teenager with his family .As the oldest member of The Group of Seven, MacDonald often supervised the work of fellow artists Frank Johnston, Tom Thomson, Arthur Lismer and Franklin Carmichael.

Note Available only in Canada and the United States

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