This Group of Seven interpretive panel is located at Neys Provincial Park near Marathon in Ontario’s Superior Country. There are two interpretive installations in the Park. One depicts the painting of Lauren Harris of Pic Island Overlook Trail. Sit and look over the site that inspired this incredible work of art. The second easel is located near the Neys Visitor Center. The Group of Seven was a group of Canadian Landscape painters from 1920 to 1933. They believed that distinct art could be developed through direct contact with the incredible nature of the Canadian landscape and initiated the first major Canadian national art movement.