Sampson-Matthews Silkscreen

The Sampson-Matthews print program was the largest public art project in Canadian history. During World War II, Group of Seven members A.Y. Jackson and A.J. Casson initiated a plan to bring contemporary art to Canada’s soldiers.
The landscape subjects chosen represented scenes from every part of Canada. Many of the works were already well known and considered masterpieces in their time.


Showing 25-31 of 31.

Showing 25-31 of 31.

Ice Cutting

Ice Cutting

, circa 1948
21 x 25 in

$1,900.00 including frame


Sarah Robertson
Village on the Gulf

Village on the Gulf


30 x 37 in

$3,600.00 including frame


Albert Robinson
Beaver and Sturgeon

Beaver and Sturgeon


20 x 30 in

$1,600.00 including frame


Arthur Price
Potato Pickers

Potato Pickers

, circa 1944
30 x 40 in

$2,800.00 including frame


Fritz Brandtner
Silver Stream

Silver Stream

, circa 1944
20 x 27 in

$1,500.00 including frame


Lawrence Panton
The Plough

The Plough

, circa 1947
20 x 30 in

$1,500.00 including frame


Thoreau MacDonald
Summer’s Store

Summer’s Store

, circa 1949
20 x 28 in

$1,500.00 including frame


John Ensor