Arthur Lismer (Canadian, 1885–1969) Sunlight in a Wood, 1930 In 1913 Group of Seven artist Arthur Lismer went on his first painting trip to Georgian Bay, which he called “a paradise for painters.” The experience of northern Ontario’s backcountry forged in Lismer a communion with the constancy of nature. His best-known works in oil are wilderness landscapes, expressionist in style with a use of raw color and simplified form—as exemplified in this 1,000-piece puzzle.
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