Alistair Macready Bell (1903-1975) was a Canadian artist who achieved renown both in his native country and abroad. His most iconic works are The Blue Stag from 1926, The Red Seagull from 1928, and The Yellow Fox from 1935. He also gained fame for his masterful oil paintings of the Canadian landscape, which often included elements of abstraction to further express the emotion he wanted to convey. During his lifetime, Macready Bell was featured in several exhibitions including the Musée du Louvre in Paris and the National Gallery of Canada.
Alistair Macready Bell, Canadian artist, oil painting, landscape, abstraction.
— Mei Wang
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