Graham Norwell watercolour. A cabin somewhere in the Quebec Laurentians.
Norwell was born in Edinburgh, Scotland in 1901. He emigrated with his family to Canada in 1914 settling in Kingston, Ontario after a short initial stay in Montreal. In 1920, he studied under Arthur Lismer, George Reid, J.W. Beatty and Robert Holmes at the Ontario College of Art before traveling overseas to London & Paris to continue his art studies before returning to Canada & setting in Ottawa.Working in oil and watercolour, the artist is best known for his depictions of Laurentian winter landscapes often including rural villages and cottages. He exhibited with the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 1921-1943 and the Art Association of Montreal in 1922-1943. His works are included in the collections of the Art Gallery of Ontario and the National Gallery of Canada.
Framed watercolour. Provenance inc. It was shipped san glass. We can arrange to have it done for you & will charge simply the glass cost or you may take care of it yourself. Measures 29" w x 24" h. Price noted does not include glass.