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A Concise History of Canadian PaintingAuthor: Dennis ReidOxford University Press, 2012528 pagesFor more than 30 years, Dennis Reid's A Concise History of Canadian Painting has been the definitive volume on the art of a nation. This narrative history begins in the late seventeenth century with the European-influenced masters of New France. From there, Reid traces the development of distinctive movements,...

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Publisher: Tundra BooksA is for Arctic, B for Bering Sea, C for Clyde River, and Z for Zangeza Bay, all to be explored above the 60th parallel.

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A Picasso in the North Country: The Wild Journey of Canadian Artist, Norval Morrisseauauthor - James R. Stevenshard cover - 240 pages - 7 x 10 inches190 colour imagesAhnisnabae Art Gallery, 2011ISBN - 9-780986548-21-5The brilliant and wild painting journey of Canadian artist, Norval Morrisseau is an epic in the international world of art. Norval painted at least 10 000 images...

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A Red Bird Told Me Written and Illustrated by Joanna Malcolmsoftcover - 35 pagesThis is a delightful and inspiring book for kids and adults of any age! A must-have for every home.Using colourful birds, animals, plants and people, Gramma Ruby shares the life lessons she has learned from Red Bird to help others find the right path in life. Just...

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A Treasury of Tom ThomsonDouglas & McIntyre, October 2011ISBN 978-1-55365-886-3paperback - 8 1/2 x 8 inches - 160 pages62 colour illustrationsTom Thomson´s most influential paintings as chosen by his friends and collectors, illustrating a moving, untold story in Canadian art.In spring 1918, Lawren Harris and J.E.H. MacDonald, two members of the soon–to–be–formed Group of Seven, met in the Studio Building...

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Authors - by Ian Sigvaldason & Scott SteedmanReadLeaf, 2015hardcover, 240 pagesArt for War and Peace: How a Great Public Art Project Helped Canada Discover Itself is the amazing story of the largest public art project in Canadian history: the Sampson-Matthews print program. The program began as wartime propaganda during WWII and lasted into the 1960s. It cost tens of millions...

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Canadian Railroad Trilogy - Gordon LightfootAuthor - Gordon LightfootArt - Ian WallaceGroundwoodHardcoverISBN: 978-0-88899-953-5Ages 4 and upfull colour | 56 pages |9 ¼ x 12 ¼ inchesThis lavishly illustrated book brings Gordon Lightfoot´s heart-stirring song, Canadian Railroad Trilogy, to readers young and old. The song was commissioned by the CBC in 1967 to mark Canada´s centennial year and it has been...

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by Roy McGregorhardcover - 320 pagesRandom House Canada, 2015One of our favourite chroniclers of all things Canadian presents a rollicking, personal, photo-filled history of the relationship between a country and its canoes. From the earliest explorers on the Columbia River in BC or the Mattawa in Ontario to a doomed expedition of voyageurs up the Nile to rescue Khartoum; from...

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Challenging Traditions: Contemporary First Nations Art of the Northwest CoastAuthor: Ian M. Thomhardcover - 186 pagesDouglas & McIntyre, 2009ISBN: 978-1-55365-414-8In a stunning resurgence over the past few decades, contemporary First Nations artists of the Northwest Coast have established themselves as among the most dynamic and important artists working in North America. Challenging Traditions honours this success by presenting the work...