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Canadian art is similar to USA artworks in one thing: they both are formed under influence of First Nations Peoples culture who lived in North America for centuries, and European painting tradition which was brought to a continent with first and the following waves of colonization.

Interesting facts about Canadian fine art

A large debate is raised over Canadian artistic society about definition of Canadian art. Canada is a multicultural country with open immigration program so thousands of people from different country come here every year and bring their culture which of course makes an impact on local art. In Canada lives a largest Ukrainian diaspora in the world, and immigrants from Ukraine actively develop their art which influences Canadian art as well.

Country government is actively involved in developing the art. It establishes and organizes funding for various art schools, initiates scientific publications about art, organizes and supports different art events and exhibitions.

One of the first and the most known uniquely Canadian artists are thought to be the Group of Seven — seven landscape painters who worked together between 1920–1933. The most known representatives of this group are Emily Carr and Tom Thomson who created two the most recognizable paintings of the group — The Jack Pine and The West Wind.

Main subjects of contemporary Canadian art

Many examples of Canadian painting depict a severe but breathtaking local nature. Mountains covered by snow or city streets in winter are the most popular images that are often depicted on different paintings and in different styles.

In the last time artists from Canada tend to paint indigenous people of Canadian land in their traditional clothes. Such paintings mostly include bright colours and use of traditional ornaments and decorative elements.

Online gallery ART.biz provides you with possibility to buy best examples of contemporary Canadian fine art. We offer for sale only original paintings which you can choose by:

The artworks are offered by both artists and collectors, and ART.biz organizes a worldwide delivery. Each artwork has a detailed description, and you can choose a view in original room option to visualize how the artwork will look on your wall.

Contemporary  artwork Soldier by Victor Tkachenko
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Soldier
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Owner Victor Tkachenko
$1 200
Modern  artwork Ali Ba Ba by Barbara Greene Mann
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Ali Ba Ba
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Owner barbara mann
Abstract  artwork Blossoms-5 by Gregg Simpson
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Blossoms-5
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Owner Gregg Simpson
$3 500
Contemporary  artwork choir boy by Victor Tkachenko
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choir boy
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Owner Victor Tkachenko
$900
Expressionism  artwork Blossom-1 by Gregg Simpson
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Blossom-1
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Owner Gregg Simpson
$3 500
Abstract  artwork Blossoms-2 by Gregg Simpson
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Blossoms-2
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Owner Gregg Simpson
$3 000
Contemporary  artwork Blue Hat by Victor Tkachenko
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Blue Hat
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Owner Victor Tkachenko
$900
Impressionism  artwork Outside Cafe by jimo
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Contemporary  artwork Black Hat by Victor Tkachenko
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Black Hat
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Owner Victor Tkachenko
$900
Contemporary  artwork Halo by Victor Tkachenko
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Halo
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Owner Victor Tkachenko
$900
Abst. Expressionism  artwork Ascending by barbaragreenemann
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Ascending
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Owner barbara mann
$550
Abstract  artwork Blossoms-3 by Gregg Simpson
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Blossoms-3
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Owner Gregg Simpson
$3 000