One of the leading modernist painters in Toronto at the time, Munn briefly delved into abstraction. For this work, she employed a landscape theme to create an erratic composition with criss-crossing geometric forms painted in bright, sharp colours that sweep across the canvas. Unlike artists such as Lawren Harris and Bertram Brooker, Munn came to abstraction through practice rather than theory.
Materialsoil on canvas
37 x 60 cm