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CARR

EMILY CARR

(1871-1945)

Canadian painter. She studied at San Francisco in 1889-95, and in 1899 she travelled to England, where she was involved with the St. Ives group and with Hubert von Herkomer's private school. She was in France in 1910 where the work of the Fauves influenced the colourism of her work and she came into contact with Frances Hodgkins. Discouraged by her lack of artistic success, she returned to Victoria where she came close to giving up art altogether. However, her contact with the Group of Seven in 1930 resurrected her interest in art, and throughout the 1930s she specialized in scenes from the lives and rituals of Native Americans. She also showed her awareness of Canadian native culture through a number of works representing the British Columbian rainforest. She lived among the native Americans to research her subjects. Many of her Expressionistic paintings represent totem poles and other artefacts of Indian culture.

- From The Bulfinch Guide to Art History

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Carr, Emily Tree Trunk c. 1931 Oil on canvas 129.1 x 56.3 cm Vancouver Art Gallery

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Carr, Emily Guyasdoms d'Sonoqua 1928-30 Oil on canvas 100.3 x 65.4 cm Art Gallery of Ontario

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Carr, Emily Self-portrait 1938 Oil on wove paper, mounted on plywood 85.5 x 57.7 cm National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa

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Carr, Emily A Rushing Sea of Undergrowth 1932-35 Oil on canvas 112.8 x 69 cm Vancouver Art Gallery

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Carr, Emily Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky 1935 Oil on canvas 111.8 x 68.4 cm Vancouver Art Gallery

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Carr, Emily The Mountain 1933 Oil on canvas 111.4 x 68 cm McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Klienberg, Ontario

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Carr, Emily Untitled (Formalized Cedar) c. 1931 Charcoal on paper 91.8 x 61.2 cm Vancouver Art Gallery

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Carr, Emily Forest c. 1940 Oil on paper 91 x 59.5 cm McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinberg, Ontario

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Carr, Emily Old Tree at Dusk c. 1936 Oil on canvas 112 x 68.5 cm McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinberg, Ontario

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Carr, Emily Indian Church 1929 Oil on canvas 108.6 x 68.9 cm Art Gallery of Ontario

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Carr, Emily Cedar Sanctuary c. 1942 Oil on paper 91.5 x 61 cm Vancouver Art Gallery

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Carr, Emily Zunoqua of the Cat Village 1931 Oil on canvas 112.5 x 70.5 cm Vancouver Art Gallery

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Carr, Emily Untitled (Forest Interior Black and Grey) c. 1930 Oil on paper on board 89.4 x 60.7 cm Vancouver Art Gallery