Beaver Hall Group


The Beaver Hall Group was founded in 1920. It’s name taken from the location of the studio where its members created together. The Group is notable for its equal inclusion of men and women artists.


The Beaver Hall Group refers to a Montreal-based group of Canadian painters who met in the late 1910s while studying art at a school run by the Art Association of Montreal. The Group is notable for its equal inclusion of men and women artists, as well as for its embrace of Jazz Age modernism. They painted a variety of subjects, including portraits, landscapes, urban scenes and still lifes, in a mix of Modernist and traditional styles

Artwork by members of the Beaver Hall Group

Oil on Linen, circa 1930
16 x 18 in

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Sampson-Matthews Silkscreen, circa 1953
30 x 40

$4,800.00 Framed

Oil on Canvas, circa 1932
14 x 18 in

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Oil on Canvas, circa 1922
17.5 x 12 in

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Oil on Canvas, circa 1927
30.25 x 36.25 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1932
8.5 x 10.5 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1928
8.75 x 12 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1935
16 x 18 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1933
8.5 x 10.5 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1940
12 x 14 in

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Oil on Panel, 1922
8.5 x 10.5 in

$25,500.00

Oil on Panel, circa 1926
11.25 x 13 in

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Oil on Panel, 1947
8.5 x 10.5 in

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Oil on Panelcirca
8.5 x 10.5 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1922
13 x 10 in

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Sampson-Matthews Silkscreen
30 x 40 in

$3,200.00 Framed

Sampson-Matthews Silkscreen, circa 1950
30 x 40 in

$4,500.00 Framed

Oil on Canvas, 1950
26.25 x 30.25 in

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Oil on Panel, 1931
8.5 x 10.5 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1940
18 x 16 in

$6,700.00

Oil on Panel, circa 1928
11.5 x 13 in

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Zinc Plate Lithograph, 1925
7 x 8.5 in

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Oil on Panel, circa 1927
12 x 14 in

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