Celebrate the magic of art by Emily Carr - one of Canada’s best known artists - with this beautiful set of 4 fine bone china mugs. This set of 4 mugs depicts four of her most memorable paintings, including: Indian Church 1929 (aka Church at Yuquot Village - renamed by Art Gallery of Ontario in 2018), Guyasdoms D'Sonoqua c.1930, Skidegate 1928, Western Forest c.1931. The mugs are elegant, durable, as well as lightweight and easy to clean. They are made for everyday use.
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- Each Mug Capacity: 325 ml or 11 oz approx.
- Height: 4.25" approx.
- Width: 3.5" approx.
- Material: Bone China
- Microwave and Dishwasher Safe
- Depict four of her most memorable paintings: Indian Church 1929, Guyasdoms D'Sonoqua c.1930, Skidegate 1928, Western Forest c.1931.
About The Artist:
Emily Carr (1871-1945)
Prior to 1927, Emily Carr boldly pursued her unique artistic path in isolation from the major art movements taking shape in the Eastern part of Canada. Carr passionately explored the remote native communities of coastal British Columbia, delving into the merger of landscape and cultural objects. From 1927 through the end of her career, Carr enjoyed association with the Group of 7 and subsequent art movements, creating some of her most famous works in the final decade of her life.