Canvas Giclée, Framed
Cornwallis Island, Nunavut, Canada
“In 1930, Group of Seven artist A.Y. Jackson was aboard the Beothic, a supply ship travelling to remote Arctic communities. Passing Cornwallis Island, he saw Cape Hotham jutting up at the ocean’s edge, and was moved to sketch this landscape. Eighty five years later, I too put pencil to paper while boating past with Inuit guide Randy Nungaq. The hues were more than my graphite could handle, and so this painting was born.” - Cory
The original painting is a part of the touring INTO THE ARCTIC Collection.
All of our canvas reproductions are framed with premium wood mouldings from Fotiou.
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