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Morning after Sleet, 1913

A.Y. Jackson
Canadian, 1882 - 1974
oil on canvas
64 x 79.4 cm
Purchased 1922
National Gallery of Canada (no. 2000)
Courtesy of the Estate of the late Dr. Naomi Jackson Groves

Jackson’s description of his experience of nature while painting this canvas shares the enthusiasm Cullen had for painting out of doors: "“…It had rained in the night, the temperature fell rapidly, and when we awoke, the trees were covered with ice. The sun came up and transformed the scene into a fairyland. We grabbed our canvases and, hurrying into the birch woods, we started to paint. As the sun rose higher and higher the ice kept falling from the trees and soon I was looking at a lot of little birch trees denuded of their jewelry.”" A.Y. Jackson, "A Painter’s Country" (1958)




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