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Find out what you can see and do at the Gallery in Ottawa, what’s new online, and where the collection is on view worldwide.
Explore one of the most extraordinary collections of art from across Canada and around the world.
The Gallery's Library and Archives offers exceptional resources for scholars, staff and visitors.
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J.E.H. MacDonald, Frontispiece and title page, Stories of the Land of Evangeline, Grace McLeod Rogers, Toronto, McClelland and Stewart, 1923. National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives.
Hendrick Goltzius, The Dragon Devouring the Companions of Cadmus, 1588, Engraving on cream laid paper, 25.5 × 32 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Purchased 2019, Photo: NGC
Meet the 2020 winners of the New Generation Photography Award, which recognizes the best of young Canadians working in lens-based art.
New Generation Photography Award
Discover the stories behind the art. Spend some time learning about the artists and artworks that make up the national collection.
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Explore the art of photography from the medium’s earliest days to cutting-edge contemporary techniques, through fascinating stories inspired by works in the national photography collection.
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— Yamamoto Masao, # 280 (from the series A Box of Ku), 1987–2018 (printed in 1994), gelatin silver print with hand-applied ink, 11.1 x 17.3 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa © Yamamoto Masao, courtesy Stephen Bulger Gallery. Photo: NGC
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