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A.J. Casson (1898-1992) became a member of the Canadian artists known as the

“Group of Seven” at the invitation of Franklin Carmichael in 1926.

For over 70 years his compositions of forests, farms, homes, and landscapes captured the essence of the Canadian experience.

These lithographs were created using the M. Bernard Loates' Bertone™ process which used neither dots nor screens and utilized up to 35 colours printed one by one on a single colour rotary press to produce these authentic reproductions.

Mr. Casson was the only ”Group of Seven” member to personally initial any lithographs.

Sheet size for all these lithographs is 13" x 14".

Image sizes and limited edition run quantity's are specified in each listing.

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