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An Art Attack” is the top supplier of fine art and  the quality of “An Art Attack’s”  authenticated Limited Editions (that are out of print) is only matched by the low price that “An Art Attack” can supply. The range of prints on offer at “An Art Attack” is suitable for everyroom in the house. And all are excellent investments.

Set of 4 sporting dogsby Series Salbert

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Size 13 X1/2" X 19 1/2" Each (Set of 4 $600)


"An Art Attack"  has authenticated Numbered prints from the McMichael Collection (Group of 7) Contact for payment instructions. "An Art Attack" pays for shipping on all items on this website

Scrub Oaks and Maples by Frank Carmichael (Group of 7) $225 (Value today $450)


Franklin Carmichael (1890-1945) Frank Carmichael was born in Orillia, and was the youngest member of the original Group of Seven. < xml="true" ns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" prefix="o" namespace="">

Frank apprenticed to his father's carriage-making business in Orillia but was not satisfied with this career. Following in the footsteps of Varley, Lismer, Johnston and Thomson, Carmichael also went to work for Rous and Mann printing house.

At the same time, he began classes at the Ontario College of Art. In 1913, feeling the need for more advanced training in technique, he went to the Academie Royale des Beaux-Arts in Antwerp, Belgium. On his return to Canada, Carmichael was greatly influenced by Tom Thomson, while they shared space in the Studio Building in 1914.

While working with the men who were to form the Group of Seven, Carmichael was included on weekend sketch trips and showed great progress. However, a short time later he married and soon had to devote much of his time and energy to supporting his family.