Canadian Fine Arts

88 Scollard Street
Hours: October 26-31 11am-5pm
Gallery Capacity: 4

Canadian Fine Arts (CFA) is a Canadian Gallery that for over 40 years has offered historical works of art for purchase. CFA focuses on the Group of Seven, Automatistes, Painters Eleven, Beaver Hall, and the Canadian Impressionists. CFA has sourced and placed exceptional works amongst some of the top private and public collections in Canada and abroad. Gallery staff share extensive knowledge of the history and context of Canadian Art and are always eager to discuss the importance of any aspect of a career or particular work of art. CFA is an active buyer of Historical Canadian Art and would be happy to review any works, collections or estates entering the market that contain key artists from the history of Canadian Art.

Exhibition: Women who defined Canadian Art

An exhibition featuring works for sale by 30 important historical Canadian painters from the 1920’s through the 1970’s. While the Group of 7 dominated the national conversation in painting, a driven and resilient group of women carved their own record of artistic development in their studios from coast to coast. Often overlooked and under-recognized, these artists continue to grow in popularity with major retrospective exhibitions cementing their place in history.  Artists include members of the Beaver Hall Group, Emily Carr, Kathleen Moir Morris, Prudence Heward, Doris McCarthy, Molly Lamb Bobak, Joyce Wieland, Marcelle Ferron, Rita Letendre and others.

Emily Carr (1871-1945) Forest Interior, c. 1935 Oil 34.75” x 22.5”

Kathleen Moir Morris (1893 - 1986) Notre Dame Church, Montreal Oil 14” x 12”

Marcelle Ferron (1924-2001) Sans titre, 1964 Oil 7.5” x 9.5”

Molly Lamb Bobak (1922 - 2014) Before the Game, Oil 30” x 40”