“I glory in our wonderful west and I hope to leave behind me some of the relics of its first primitive greatness. These things should be to us Canadians what the ancient Briton’s relics are to the English. Only a few more years and they will be gone forever into silent nothingness and I would gather my collection together before they are forever past.”
Reed Enger, "Emily Carr, Hard-smoking woman documents Canada's native people," in Obelisk Art History, Published February 09, 2016; last modified May 21, 2018, http://arthistoryproject.com/artists/emily-carr/.
Charming and pointed vignettes from the life of a great Canadian painter