One (1) MNH SINGLE STAMP in title from Canada Post
2020 GROUP OF SEVEN Issues
Commemorate a century of Canadian artistic identity with this single stamp from a booklet of 7 PermanentTM domestic rate stamps. from our Group of Seven issue.
The 7 Stamps and artists featured:
In the Nickel Belt (1928): Franklin Carmichael
Miner's House, Glace Bay (1925): Lawren Harris
Labrador Coast (1930); A.Y Jackson
Fire-Swept, Algoma (1920): Frank H Johnston
Quebec Village (1926): Arthur Lismer
Church By the Sea (1924): J.E.H. MacDonald
Stormy Weather, Georgian Bay (1921): F.H. Varley
Marking 100 years since the Group of Seven’s first show, this stamp series celebrates the indelible impact of these Canadian artists. The Group of Seven established a distinctively Canadian artistic style.
Their paintings broke convention and forged a unique Canadian artistic identity - paving way for a century of Canadian artists to present their work on the world stage.
May 7, 2020
Lionel Gadoury, Matthew Killin, Andrew Conlon | Context Creative