Emily Carr by Mary Jo Hughes
On the Edge of Nowhere

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Despite the isolating factors of geography, poor finances and failing health, Emily Carr was connected to the major cultural figures and movements of her time. This publication focuses on Carr's influences and inspirations, including European modern art, the Group of Seven artists and First Nations artists. Emily Carr is revealed as an artist who combined a multitude of contemporary artistic concerns with her personal experience and her connection to the West Coast landscape.

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Published June 20, 2010 by Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. 64 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography.