John Dorfman | Art and Antiques | 15th September 2015
Robert Hughes lamented that artists can be overlooked if they are from the “provinces” of the art world. This may explain why Lawren Harris, often regarded as Canada’s greatest painter, is little known outside his home country. A retrospective in Los Angeles, co-curated by the actor Steve Martin, shows that Harris’s wilderness landscapes are anything but provincial. Background on his life is here.