Ted Harrison Collected by Robert Budd

By Robert Budd

Celebrating loved Canadian artists, the Collected sequence is fantastically designed with a reasonable layout, perfect for present purchasers and viewers. Canadian artist Ted Harrison started to paint as a tender boy in class, and within the years given that, has either labored and taught as an artist, an illustrator, and an writer. The artist’s circulation to the Yukon within the Nineteen Sixties spread out his type to the breathtaking inventive interpretations of sea, land, and sky that he's so well-known for at the present time. Sweeping traces and large swatches of colour are iconic in Harrison’s work, and this assortment showcases the multitudes of topics and settings that he depicts utilizing that signature style.

Pairing daring, whimsical shades with subtle depictions of existence, tradition, and the folk who stay within the wintery North, Ted Harrison’s work have a time-tested worth and grace that appeals to every age. This quantity is a compendium of a few of Harrison’s top and such a lot memorable works. With an introductory essay via writer Robert Budd, this assortment is a tribute to 1 of Canada’s most-loved artists.

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