Painting-Canadian

Quick Hits: The Figure in Landscape

An interesting exhibition online and in Calgary as the Masters Gallery curates The Figure in Landscape, including Walter J. Phillips’ Mary’s Parasol (above) and a work by William Kurelek (below).

Explore historical and impressionist as well as post war and contemporary works selected by common themes and subjects. . . .  leading artists’ works from 150 years of Canadian art demonstrating an interest in the representation of the figure in landscape and themes of nature. – Masters Gallery

Above: William Kurelek, RCA, “Prairie School Chore no. 1” 1973, mixed media, 30×24.  The gallery notes that Kurelek’s “arduous rural upbringing during the Great Depression was used as a source for his art. Here he is trying to unfreeze the pump with on a bitter cold winter day.”

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