Throughout history, Canadian artists have been making waves in the art world. Renowned Canadian artists are mainly known for their focus on landscape paintings. This article will showcase some of the most well-known Canadian painters throughout history.
Robert Bateman was born in Toronto in 1930 and is famous for being a Canadian painter and naturalist. He is renowned for the realistic look and feel of his paintings which reflects his appreciation for nature. He has received several accolades and awards for his efforts and talent in the Canadian art scene.
Frederick Varley is known as one of the founding artists of the Group of Seven collectives in Canada. The Group of Seven was known to produce some of the most beautiful Canadian landscape art pieces.
Frederick was known for specializing in war paintings and was actively moving with the Canadian troops during WW1 to capture some of the key moments on paintings. Frederick Varley was born in Sheffield in 1969.
Matthew Wong was born in Toronto, Canada, in 1984 and was a well-known landscape painter. His use of bold colours and mesmerizing landscapes as a self-taught painter made him one of the biggest landscape painters in the country.
The Canadian artist had a couple of exhibitions outside of Canada in New York and Hong Kong. He was named as one of the best artists of his generation by the New York Times Magazine.
Angus Martin was born in Macklin and was well known as an artist with a unique minimalist painting style. Her artwork served as an inspiration to many modern Canadian and American artists today. She was honoured by the prestigious National Medal of Arts for her dedication and life achievements in art.
Lawren Harris was born in Brantford in 1970 and was one of the most important figures in the Group of Seven landscape painters. He played an influential role in shaping modernism in Canadian art and was credited for inspiring some of the biggest names in modern Canadian art.
These artists prove just how rich Canada’s history with art is and the importance of celebrating national art.