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  1. Growing Pains the Autobiography of Emily Carr by Emily Carr, 1946
  2. The Magnificent Voyage of Emily Carr by Jovette Marchessault, 1992-02-15
  3. M.E.; A Portrayal Of Emily Carr by Edythe Hembroff-Schleicher, 1969
  4. Writing and painting under the gaze: Emily Carr's Growing Pains.: An article from: West Virginia University Philological Papers by Alexandra Pett, 2001-09-22
  5. 64-94 : Contemporary Decades: Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design
  6. Saskatoon Gallery and Conservation Corporation Presents an Exhibition of Paintings by Emily Carr 1871-1945. by J.E. Climer, 1969-01-01
  7. Sketches : An Introduction to Emily Carr and the Fine Art of Sketching by Melrose Moilliet, 1981
  8. Emily Carr by Paul Miller, 1980-06
  9. Beyond the revival: Contemporary North West Native art, Charles H. Scott Gallery, Emily Carr College of Art & Design, July 25 to September 17, 1989
  10. Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design Graduation Show Catalogue, 1998 by n/a, 1998-01-01
  11. Kultur (Vancouver): Stanley Park, Vancouver Art Gallery, Vancouver Film Studios, Emily Carr University of Art and Design, Bard on the Beach (German Edition)
  12. Stephen De Staebler: An exhibition of recent bronzes organized by the Emily Carr College of Art and Design, and the Art Museum Association of America by Stephen DeStaebler, 1983
  13. Sketches : An Introduction to Emily Carr and the Fine Art of Sketching
  14. Le grenier d'Emily Carr (French Edition) by Diane Carmel L├ęger, 2006-01-01

101. The McMichael Canadian Art Collection | Emily Carr (1871-1945)
emily carr 18711945. Shoreline, 1936 oil on canvas, 68.0 x 111.5 cm. A picture equals a movement in space. 1 emily carr, Hundreds and Thousands, p. 185.
Emily Carr 1871-1945
oil on canvas, 68.0 x 111.5 cm "A picture equals a movement in space. Pictures have swerved too much towards design and decoration... The idea must run through the whole, the story that arrested you and urged the desire to express it, the story that God told you through that combination of growth. The picture side of the thing aids the relationship of the objects to each other in one concerted movement, so that the whole gets up and goes, lifting the looker with it, sky , sea, trees affecting each other... One must ascertain first whether your subject is a slow lolling one or smooth flowing and serene, or quick and jerky, or heavy and ponderous." (1)
Emily Carr was a remarkable West Coast painter and is, perhaps, Canada's best known woman artist. Not only a painter and a writer, she also kept a small rooming house in Victoria, British Columbia. In her search for just the right scenes to depict the rich culture of the Northwest Coast indigenous people and the dense forest of the West Coast, Carr travelled to remote regions of British Columbia.
Born in Victoria, British Columbia in 1871, Carr first studied art in San Francisco, California and then in Europe, in London and Paris. When she exhibited some of her paintings in Vancouver, inspired by her experience in France, the exhibition brought little success. Disillusioned and discouraged, Carr supported herself by being a landlady.

102. Vancouver Art Gallery
emily carr Totem Poles, Kitseukla, 1912 oil on canvas Vancouver Art Gallery, Founders Fund Photo by Trevor Mills. emily carr The
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Emily Carr
Totem Poles, Kitseukla
oil on canvas
Vancouver Art Gallery, Founders Fund
Photo by Trevor Mills
Emily Carr
The Red Cedar
oil on canvas
Vancouver Art Gallery
Gift of Mrs. J. P. Fell Photo by Trevor Mills Emily Carr, born in Victoria, British Columbia, is one of Canada's most renowned artists, significant as a landscape painter and a modernist. The most important BC artist of her generation, she is best known for her attention to the totemic sculptures of the First Nations people of British Columbia and the rain forests of Vancouver Island. Carr's work was first brought to the wider Canadian art public when it was represented in the 1927 exhibition Canadian West Coast Art, Native and Modern . Through this exhibition she was introduced to the work of the Group of Seven and formed an important friendship with Lawren Harris who influenced her work significantly. The Vancouver Art Gallery's Emily Carr Trust Collection constitutes the most significant holding of works by Carr in the world. This collection, which was selected by her friend and artistic trustee, Lawren Harris, has been supplemented by purchases and gifts to the Gallery and now includes more than 200 objects covering the period c. 1890 to 1942. Some highlights of the collection are Zunoqua of the Cat Village Big Raven , 1931, and Scorned as Timber, Beloved of the Sky

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