Nation ReportPart 2Canada<br />Josh Miranda<br />Hist 141<br />Dr. Arguello<br />W 11:00AM-12:00PM<br />
Canadian art first began with the works of the Indigenous people<br />The art made by the First Nations and Inuit weren’t ...
Art of this time was done by many different explorers<br />Samuel de Champlain drew many sketches of various sights as he ...
Art in the English Colonial Period(1759–1867)<br />During the battle for Quebec many off-duty officers would sketch and pa...
Early 20th Century<br />During this time period a group of artists called “The Group of Seven” wished to make Canada have ...
Sources<br />Bradley, Jessica and Lesley Johnstone. Sightlines: Reading Contemporary Canadian Art. Montreal: Artexte Infor...
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Nation report part_2

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  • 1. Nation ReportPart 2Canada<br />Josh Miranda<br />Hist 141<br />Dr. Arguello<br />W 11:00AM-12:00PM<br />
  • 2. Canadian art first began with the works of the Indigenous people<br />The art made by the First Nations and Inuit weren’t architectural, they were meant to be worn and also were portable.<br />In the 19th century and the first half of the 20th the Canadian government tried to ban such works of arts<br />They banned traditional religion and governance<br />In the 1950’s and 1960’s artists like Mungo Martin, Bill Reid and Norval publicly renewed these works of arts<br />They also reinvented some of the Indigenous art traditions<br />Art in Canada<br />
  • 3. Art of this time was done by many different explorers<br />Samuel de Champlain drew many sketches of various sights as he explored the North American Territory<br />It was mainly influenced by the Roman Catholic Church<br />Artists such as Pommier and Claude Francois believed in the style of the High Renaissance Art<br />Back then few artists signed their work so it’s hard to tell who had done which pieces<br />Art of the French Colonial Period(1665-1759)<br />
  • 4. Art in the English Colonial Period(1759–1867)<br />During the battle for Quebec many off-duty officers would sketch and paint the Canadian land and people<br />They were required to do so because photography was not yet invented<br />During the late 1700’s more artists came about due to more commissions from the public and construction of the church<br />François Baillairgéwas one of the first of this generation’s artists<br />Focused more on sculptures and the Neo-classicism style of art<br />
  • 5. Early 20th Century<br />During this time period a group of artists called “The Group of Seven” wished to make Canada have it’s on distinct style of art<br />They all focused on painting these very elaborate and brilliant pieces of the Canadian wilderness<br />This group consisted of Franklin Carmichael, Lawren Harris, A. Y. Jackson, Frank Johnston, Arthur Lismer, J. E. H. MacDonald, and Frederick Varley. Tom Thomson and Emily Carr<br />Over time this group of seven <br />expanded to a group of 28 artists<br />This association was called <br />“The Canadian Group of Painters”<br />
  • 6. Sources<br />Bradley, Jessica and Lesley Johnstone. Sightlines: Reading Contemporary Canadian Art. Montreal: Artexte Information Centre, 1994. ISBN 2980063290<br />Harper, Russell. Painting in Canada: A History 2nd ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981. ISBN 0802063071<br />Nasgaard, Roald. Abstract Painting in Canada, Vancouver: Douglas and McIntyre, 2007. ISBN 9781553652267<br />Reid, Dennis A Concise History of Canadian Painting 2nd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1988. ISBN 019540663X.<br />Tippett, Maria. By a Lady: Celebrating Three Centuries of Art by Canadian Women. Toronto: Penguin Books, 1993. ISBN 0140169555<br />