The Indian Church

by emily carr

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      Emily Carr painted with oil on canvas this magnificent piece The Indian Church in 1929.  This reproduction of The Indian Church portrays a church located on a remote island off the coast of British Columbia.  Carr has rendered this artwork in a predominantly sweeping array of green and white hues, showcasing a striking white church in central composition in-front of a lustrous, tangled oversized forest.  The Indian Church has been described as a 'simplified white church which is dwarfed by the sculptural forms of the surrounding forest'.  This iconic Carr reproduction, makes the perfect statement piece in a contemporary or vintage inspired interior decor.

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The Artist


Emily Carr (1871 - 1945) was a Canadian artist and writer who was inspired by the Indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast.

One of the first painters in Canada to adopt a Modernist and Post-Impressionist painting style, Carr started receiving widespread recognition when her focal subject matter was landscapes particularly forest scenes.  During the 1930's recognition of Carr's work grew steadily and her work was exhibited in London, Paris, Washington DC and Amsterdam, as well as major Canadian cities.

As a writer, Carr was one of the earliest chroniclers of life in British Columbia. The Canadian Encyclopedia describes Emily Carr as a "Canadian icon".

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