Emily Carr Forest - Taralee Guild - This painting seems so spiritual, and it sings to me.

One of my favourite Canadian artists, Emily Carr Forest 1 - acrylic on canvas (not sure of the year)

One of my favourite Emily Carr paintings: "Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky" -1935

"Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky" Emily Carr, 1935 Oil on canvas, Vancouver Art Gallery

'Forest, British Columbia' - oil diluted with gasoline,1932 by Emily Carr

Emily Carr, Forest, British Columbia, 1931 - oil on canvas (Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery)

Emily Carr, Totem and Forest, 1931, oil on canvas, Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust. Photo: Trevor Mills, Vancouver Art Gallery.

Emily Carr at Dulwich Picture Gallery – in pictures

Emily Carr - Totem and Forest, 1931 oil on canvas Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust

Emily Carr, self portrait. Emily Carr (1871-1945) was a Canadian artist and writer heavily inspired by the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

Self-portrait, Emily Carr Canadian, 1871 - 1945 oil on wove paper, mounted on plywood x cm Gift of Peter Bronfman, 1990 National Gallery of Canada (no.

Emily Carr, Woods Interior

Emily Carr - "Woods Interior" this one seriously reminds me of that cave-like house design I dig. Makes me wonder if the architect might have been insiried by this painting.

Emily Carr - Blue Sky. in this painting represents a very blueish sky and very cool green, and the style of nature is there with the tall trees and the background with more trees.

in this painting represents a very blueish sky and very cool green, and the style of nature is there with the tall trees and the background with more trees.

Canadian Painter: Emily Carr, Victoria, B.C.  "You will have to experiment and try things out for yourself and you will not be sure of what you are doing. That's all right, you are feeling your way into the thing."  Emily Carr

Famous Canadian Painter: Emily Carr artist and writer heavily inspired by the indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

How Emily Carr showed the world it's never too late for a career in art

How Emily Carr showed the world it's never too late for a career in art

She's a Canadian icon, but her career didn't take off until she was 57 years old. Hear how CBC Radio remembered the life of Emily Carr, one of art's most loved late-bloomers, on this day in

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