Many would argue that this Series is his strongest. It is
certainly one of his most prolific, and he painted as many
as 33 scenes from this region, according to Donald's original
catalogue. Donald beautifully portrays Winter storm scenes
(sketched hastily from Royal Canadian Air Force Flights),
mountain peaks, lakes and trees in an abundance of color and
style. Popular locations included Mt. Sir Donald, Mt. Robson,
Eva Lake and Heather Lake. In these series, he combines elements
of the glaciers in the Baffin Island series, Spruce tree forms
and Autumn colors found in the Miscellaneous and Hope-Princeton
Series, as well as elements not obviously present elsewhere
(ie see the small Mt. Sir Donald Painting).
rush. Spend the time and browse through each series in the
collection. Each oil painting is a piece of Canadian
History to be enjoyed by all.