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Important Emily Carr painting acquired by the Audain Art Museum

One of the most important paintings of Canadian artist Emily Carr has recently been acquired by the Audain Art Museum in Whistler. Entitled Le Paysage, the oil on board was painted in 1911 during the period Carr was studying in Brittany, France, under British artist Harry Gibb. What makes this painting important in Canadian art history is that it is one of two Carr works that were accepted for the 1911 Salon d?Automne at the Grand Palais.
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