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Franklin Carmichael (May 4, 1890 – October 24, 1945) was a Canadian artist. He was the youngest original member of the Group of Seven.

Biography

The youngest of the Group of Seven, Franklin Carmichael was born in 1890. His father was a carriage maker. Carmichael arrived at Torontomarker when he was 20 years old and entered the Ontario College of Artmarker in Torontomarker, where he studied with William Cruickshank and George Reid. In 1911, he began working as an apprentice at Grip Ltd. for $2.50 a week. He then joined Tom Thomson and other painters who were training to be serious artists. On weekends, Carmichael went on sketching trips with the other artists. In 1913, Carmichael went to Belgiummarker to study painting but came back to Ontario to rejoin with the rest of the artists. After returning to Canada because of World War I, he painted watercolours and oils of Northern Ontario landscapes. Carmichael was greatly influenced by Tom Thomson and shared space with him at the Studio Buildingmarker in 1914. Carmichael got married in 1915 and spent a lot of his time with his family. He was also on the fringe of the group because of his difference in age and was closely associated with the newer members of the Group of Seven.

Carmichael along with and founded the Ontario Society of Painters in Watercolour in 1925. He also founded the Canadian Group of Painters in 1933. He taught at the Ontario College of Artmarker from 1932 to 1945.

Many of his paintings depict small towns in Ontariomarker. He was famous for his watercolour painting and was influenced by other Group of Seven artists.

References

  • Harper, Russell. Painting in Canada: A History 2nd ed. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981. ISBN 0802063071


  • Reid, Dennis A Concise History of Canadian Painting 2nd Edition. Toronto: Oxford University Press, 1988. ISBN 019540663X.



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