Frederick Horseman Varley was born in Sheffield, England January 2, 1881; died September 8, 1969.
He was one of Canada's most prominent and distinguished portrait painters.
Although he was among landscape painters, Varley devoted himself to primarily portraiture for years.
His expressive portraits have been favourably compared with those of the English painter Augustus John.
In 1926 Varley moved to Vancouver. There he painted the richly coloured landscapes whose calm spirituality reflects his interest in Eastern philosophy.
His paintings hang in the every major museum across Canada, including the National Gallery of Ottawa.
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Mid-sized Group of Seven prints professionally framed, matted and glazed with a choice of two of our most popular frames. Ideal for home and office décor.
- Black Accented Frame includes: Matting (dove gray sub mat), regular glass, ready to hang
- Mahogany (Dark Cherry) Frame includes: Matting (dove gray sub mat), regular glass, ready to hang
-Overall outside dimensions 22” x 21.5”
-Image size: 6.5” x 8”
-Made in Canada
-Artist Bio on the back
Note: Sizes are approximate as framed size can vary slightly depending on the moulding used.
|Medium:||Framed 3″ wide, matted with glass|