SAND LAKE, ALGOMA was painted by Harris during his painting trips in the 1920s to the north shore of Lake Superior. This image is reproduced with copyright permission and on high quality heavy-weight paper stock. It is colour-matched to the original work, and is not cropped, so that you can see the detail of the paint on the original canvas.
Professionally framed with archival mat and gorgeous frame to best complement this work that is seen as part of the best art of Canada. This is a captivating, yet serene, large piece that will be a wonderful addition to any room. Currently on display in the street-level display window at Cedar Lake Studios.
Framed to 36" x 30". Available only in-person at Cedar Lake Studios, 27 Ainslie St. N. Cambridge, ON
The Artist: Lawren Stewart Harris (1885–1970), one of Canada’s most important and influential painters, was also the driving force behind the famous Group of Seven, and the founding member and first president of the Canadian Group of Painters. Through his life and work, he inspired three generations of artists to paint unbridled by convention, and along with his contemporaries, changed the art of a nation.