A.Y. Jackson uses touches of red to warm otherwise cold scenes in “Dease Bay, Great Bear Lake” (1947-1953) where dabs of blood red contribute to the moody dusk in the Northwest Territories of Canada’s Arctic. A.Y. Jackson, an employee of Sampson-Matthews, instigated the wartime silkscreen art program and was its biggest contributor, providing 12 works throughout the run of the program. In many of these works, the presence of man is evident but shown in small scale compared to the dominance of nature.