The MFA (The Museum of Fine Arts) Boston is currently showing an interesting exhibition called "The Idea of North: The Paintings of Lawren Harris." I had never heard of Lawren Harris before the exhibit, but I gather that's because I'm an ignoramus. I really liked his monumental, corpulent landscapes. Take a peek and see what you think:
His paintings were exhibited next to a selection of work by artists who were his contemporaries. It's always interesting to see artwork in the context of its time. I really appreciate it when museums go out of their way to provide art education in their exhibits.
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