J. E. H. MacDonald: Falls, Montreal River (1920)

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J.E.H. MacDonald, Falls, Montreal River, 1920, oil on canvas, w153 x h121.9 cm (overall), Rights: © 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario. Purchase, 1933, https://ago.ca/collection/object/2109

 

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J.E.H. MacDonald, Falls, Montreal River, 1920, oil on canvas, w153 x h121.9 cm (overall), Rights: © 2013 Art Gallery of Ontario. Purchase, 1933, https://ago.ca/collection/object/2109 (detail).

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6 Comments Add yours

  1. Such beautiful paintings. I remember quite a few years back taking a train ride in the fall over a Montreal River….I think that’s what it was called. We took the train from Saut Ste Marie.

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    1. Hi Leola – it must be especially gorgeous country in the fall. Thanks for sharing that memory. ❤️😊 (ack! edited to correct my typo in your name, Leola. So sorry!)

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  2. lfpessemier says:

    This work of MacDonald just makes me want to get outside and paint!!! thank you for sending. I love it!

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    1. Well, hop to it!!! ❤️ I am happy you love this one, too. I could get lost for days staring at it…..Now go enjoy every moment of the sunshine and fresh air!! 😎

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  3. pirkkotervo says:

    Like woven textil

    Lovely! Thank You!

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    1. It looks like woven textile to me, also. Thanks for visiting, pirkkotervo! 😊

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