Emily Carr - Art History - Canada - First Nations - B.C. Wilderness - 173 Slides
This is a complete presentation on Canadian artist Emily Carr. THERE ARE MANY ACTUAL SLIDES FOR YOUR REVIEW ON THIS PAGE. THIS IS YOUR BEST INDICATION OF PRODUCT QUALITY.
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This presentation is about artist Emily Carr, one of Canada's most beloved artists and authors. Her art is more timely than ever since its subject matter was native populations, the aboriginal people of Canada, AND the wild wilderness of coastal British Columbia and its constant struggle with preserving itself against the timber industry.

Carr had two bodies of work about the First Nations villages. The first body took place early in her art career and preceded this entry. She traveled to the First Nations village and did her first paintings.

Then in the summer of 1928 she made a trip north to visit the First Nations villages again. That is her second body of First Nations work and one that was ultimately very well received, through to today. Those slides follow. This work is much stronger.

Carr’s artistic reputation rests on her work in two distinct periods: her 2nd body of First Nations work; and her Natural world of her province, especially in or near its coastal forests.

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