Market In Brittany, 1931
In this painting, Helen MacNicoll used a combination of vibrant and soft colours. She used oil
paints on canvas. This painting from 1931 is of people in a They look happy even
though we can’t see the faces. In the back Helen MacNicoll uses brighter shades to show
that there is sun. The trees and the road add lots of perspective which is great. I like this
picture because it shows what markets used to look like in the 1930.
Minding baby 1919
Again, Helen used oil paints on white canvas
paper. She uses a variety of colours. I like this
painting because of the great colours. In my
opinion, the picture seems a bit boring because
there is not a lot going on in it. But other than that
the picture is really cool.
North Shore, Lake Superior. (1926)
Lawren really liked the North Shore. He loved the nature an
environment there, so he decided to paint it.
Lawren Harris uses many calming nature tones such as
blues, greens and browns.
In this painting, he uses oil paints to make it look real.
This picture me feel happy because I love lakes, and this lake
looks really pretty.
Lake and Mountains (1928)
Lawren Harris really enjoyed
painting Mountains. This is one of
the many ones he has painted.
This painting makes me feel cold
because of the cold colours. I am
not a big fan of snow but I can
really feel the cold, so he
Lead the Way
This painting was done on a
canvas with oil paints. In my
opinion, this painting of a park with
a little trail is very relaxing and
makes me feel calm and safe.
Challenges on the Horizon
This painting was done by oil paints on
a canvas. This forest has a variety of
greens and browns. It looks very real
and if I had the choice I would go there.
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