This is a silkscreen on wood, by A.J. Casson, the last surviving member of the Group of Seven; Canada’s most famous artists. It dates to the 1930s. Casson did a series of silkscreen flowers, animals and landscapes; in fact he did more of them than any other member of the Group. Canadian art has been steadily escalating in value and I think this should be worth about $400.
Prepared by John Sewell via johnsewellappraisals.com on Oct. 1, 2007