Stormy Weather: F.H. Varley, a Biography
"Varley refused to turn out repeated renditions of the kind of landscape paintings that had given rise to his early fame. He needed new inspiration and sought it in new locations, from British Columbia to the Cape Breton highlands. The result is a varied body of work in which the enduring achievements are his early war pictures, his portraits, and landscapes from both the Group of Seven and later Lynn Valley, British Columbia, periods."--BOOK JACKET.
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