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Title: Canadian Painting in the Thirties.
Description: The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, (1975).. 223 pp, 4to, hard cover in dust jacket. B&w photos, reproductions, tipped-in color plates. "In Canada, the years between the onset of the Depression and the outbreak of the Second World War were years of significant change and transition. The eco nomic and political upheavals of the period have, however, overshadowed eqully important developments in Canadian art..(this book) traces these developments in painting in Canada through the works of such artists as A.Y. Jackson, Emily Car r , D a v i d Milne, John Lyman, Andre Bieler, and Goodridge Roberts - from the nationalist, Toronto-based Group of Seven to the internationalist Contemporary Arts Society of Montreal." Dust jacket has small closed tears up to 1/2", browning - m ai nl y o n th e sp i ne and flap-folds, creases at edges - mainly between tears, small faint water mark on spine, tiny closed puncture on front flap-fold, very tiny foxing marks on front panel, light rubbing to panels. VG+/G.

Keywords: Canadian Paintings, Painting, Painters, 1930s, Depression, A.Y. Jackson, Emily Carr, David Milne, John Lyman, Andre Bieler, Goodridge Roberts, Group of Seven, Contemporary Arts Society, F.H. Varley, Philip Surrey, Lawren Harris, Prudence Heward, Hum

Price: US$ 125.00 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 8930

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