Teshierpi Mountains Barren Lands
The Northwest Territories were Jackson's favorite destination during the 1950s. Accompanied by Maurice Haycock, geologist and friend of the painter since 1920, Jackson painted in difficult climatic conditions.
Jackson writes: “I always wanted to visit Barren Lands ... It was an exciting country: with its mosses, lichens and small plants turning red and orange, it looked like a rich tapestry, hence large boulders. were strewn everywhere. ”
-A.Y. Jackson, A Painter’s Country: The Autobiography of A.Y. Jackson, Clarke Irwin & Company Limited, Toronto / Vancouver, 1964, page 183-184.
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Alexander Young Jackson (1882 - 1974)
Teshierpi Mountains Barren Lands , 1950
Galerie Cosner au Ritz-Carlton Montréal
Oil on panel
Post-War Canadian art
Artwork dimensions: 26,6 x 34,3 cm / 10,5'' x 13,5'' Dimensions with frame: 45,7 cm x 53,34 cm / 18'' x 21''
Signed lower right, signed, titled and dated August 1950 on verso