Your shopping cart is empty.

Books

Add to cart
Add to cart
$60.00

Author - Ian A.C. Dejardin320 pages Gooselane Editions, 2020Hardcover (only)Winner, Canadian Museums Association’s Outstanding Achievement in Research AwardA Like Vision is a lavish celebration of the legacy of Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven, Canada's canonical landscape painters. The Group's depiction of the rugged beauty of the Canadian landscape - from the coastal mountains of British Columbia to the...

On Sale 46%
Add to cart
Add to cart
$18.95 $34.95

Defiant Spirits: The Modernist Revolution of the Group of Seven Author: Ross Kinghardcover | 6" x 9" | 504 pagesMcMichael Canadian Art Collection, Douglas & McIntyre, 2010ISBN 978-1-55365-362-243 colour illustrations, 50 black & white illustrationsA Governor General´s Award–winning author recounts the turbulent years during which a group of young Canadian painters went from obscurity to international renown.Beginning in 1912, Defiant...

Add to cart
Add to cart
$60.00

Hardcover, 320 pagesMcMichael Canadian Art Collection & Figure 1 Publishing, 2021Author: Sarah Milroy A monument to the talent of Canadian women artists in the interwar period, Uninvited: Canadian Women Artists in the Modern Moment provides a full and diverse cross-country survey of the art made by women during this pivotal time, incorporating the work of both settler and Indigenous visual...

Add to cart
Add to cart
$35.00

Author: Sarah Milroyhard cover, 180 pagesMcMichael Canadian Art Collection & Goose Lane Publications. 2019From black cats to iconic snowscapes, Maud Lewis paints our waking dreams.One of Canada's most beloved folk artists, Maud Lewis was famous in her lifetime for her brightly coloured and endearing paintings of rural Nova Scotia. Working from her tiny, road-side house in Marshalltown, she produced hundreds...

Add to cart
Add to cart
$16.95

Softcover, 96 pages19 x 17 cmScala Arts Publishers Inc. & McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 2018Author - Ian A.C. DejardinThe McMichael Canadian art Collection has a unique mandate to celebrate the art of Canada, which it does within a great building in beautiful grounds overlooking the Humber River Valley. Originally a home completed in 1954 for entrepreneur Robert McMichael and his...

Add to cart
Add to cart
$25.00

Softcover, 100 pagesMcMichael Canadian Art Collection, 2021Author s- Jon Sasaki, Sarah Milroy, Alison DouglasIn Homage, large-scale photographs by Toronto-based artist Jon Sasaki depict glowing bacterial landscapes. Shown in microscopic detail, these bloomed bacterial cultures derive from swabs of the palettes and easels used by members of the Group of Seven and Tom Thomson, held in the collection of the McMichael...

Add to cart
Add to cart
$35.00

McMichael Canadian Art Collection Catalogue: One Hundred MasterworksAuthor - Joan MurraySoftcover - 205 pagesMcMichael Canadian Art Collection, 2006ISBN:9781424902866A treasury of two centuries of Canadian art relating the history of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection and its founders, Robert and Signe McMichael.Illustrated are one hundred masterworks from the gallery's permanent collection of close to 6,000 artworks created by some of Canada's...

Add to cart
Add to cart
$25.00

Softcover, 80 pagesMcMichael Canadian Art Collection, 2021Authors - Esi Edugyan, Gaetane Verna, Emma Doubt, Sarah MilroyDenyse Thomasos (1964 - 2012) was a leading Trinidadian-Canadian painter whose epic paintings gather imagery drawn from a range of sources: woven Caribbean textiles,?slave ships, graveyards, villages, prison blocks, and shipyards.Denyse Thomasos: Odyssey,?co-curated by Gaëtane Verna and Sarah Milroy, commemorates her brilliant but too-short career....

Add to cart
Add to cart
$50.00

Lawren Harris & His American ContemporariesRoald Nasgaard & Gwendolyn Owenshardcover, 204 pagesGoose Lane Editions & the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, 2017Lawren S. Harris is best known for his iconic landscape paintings that declare a sense of cool Canadian resilience. Yet, in the 1920s, an audacious and more colourful interior world began to emerge in his work, and by 1934, the...