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SPECIAL REPRODUCTION IN SUPPORT OF THE ROYAL CANADIAN GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY
~ Half of proceeds from all sales will go to the RCGS~
M: 23” x 49” / $795
L: 32” x 71” / $1,460
“The 1845 Franklin Expedition gravesite on Beechey Island is one of the most vivid examples in Canada’s history of the intersection of early Arctic exploration and the raw northern landscape. Camping nearby, I got a sense of the environment that these past explorers experienced. As I approached the scene, the lowering sun lit up the wooden headstones with a warm glow, bringing an ethereal beauty to this somber place.” - Cory
The original painting is a part of the touring INTO THE ARCTIC Collection.
‘Large’ size requires custom shipping. Upon ordering the gallery will contact you to make arrangements.
All of our canvas reproductions are framed with premium wood mouldings from Fotiou.
Cory Trépanier’s “At Rest: Beechey Island” at the Nov 16, 2017 RCGS Fellows Dinner at the Canadian Museum of History. Officially unveiled by her honour Elisabeth Dowdswell (Lieutenant Governor of Ontario), Alex Trebek (Jeopardy and RCGS Honorary President) and John Geiger, CEO of the RCGS and Canadian Geographic.
Artist Cory Trépanier straps an easel to his back and steps into the Yukon wild for a month to explore Kluane National Park & Reserve’s untamed beauty on canvas. Feel...
Nominated for 2013 Canadian Screen Award (Best Performing Arts/Arts Documentary) For years, artist Cory Trepanier has explored some of the most wild places in Canada. Few have walked in these...
"Into The Arctic" is the dramatic story of artist Cory Trépanier's first leg of his multi-year quest to explore and paint the vast wilderness of the Canadian Arctic. Cory and...