Together the Group of Seven created over 6000 paintings of Canada's land. Each painter was unique in what kind of techniques they used. Most however created large oil paintings with thick brushstrokes, bold shapes and rich/bright colour to portray the forces of nature. Some examples of their art are shown below.
Canal du loing, Episy
Canal du Loing, near Episy, a painting created by A.Y Jackson in 1909 Technique : oil on canvas
Maple Woods, Algoma
Maple Wood, Algoma, another painting created by A.Y Jackson 1920 Technique: thick brushstrokes, bright colours and oil on canvas
Snow Clouds, created by Franklin Carmichael, 1938 Technique: oil on canvas, thick paint
Laurentian Landscape, a painting created by Lawren Harris, 1913-14 Technique: oil on canvas, bold colour