This volume by A.Y. Jackson's niece provides fascinating insights into the man and his work at a time the author calls "a rugged-romantic high point in A.Y.'s life." The illustrations reproduced and discussed come mainly from the Carleton University Art Collection. Groves places the works in the context of Canadian art history and social history.
Subjects: Art & Art History
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