The Canadian Group of Painters

A group of 20th century Canadian artists formed in Toronto as a successor to the Group of Seven. Its policy was “to encourage and foster the growth of art in Canada which has a national character”. Its first exhibition was held in Atlantic City, New Jersey, in the summer of 1933 and its second at the Art Gallery of Toronto in the following November. The group expanded and many of the best-known Canadian artists exhibited with it from the 1930s to the 1960s. The group was disbanded in 1969.


Members of The Canadian Group of Painters




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