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Lorenzo Lotto, The Virgin and Child with Saints Roch and Sebastian, c. 1521–1524, oil on canvas, 81.8 × 108.5 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa
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National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Drive, Ottawa
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National Gallery of Canada 380 Sussex Drive PO Box 427 Station A, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1N 9N4
Adults $15Seniors (65+) $13Age 24 and under / Students $7Families (2 Adults, 3 Youths) $30Children (11 and under) FreeMembers Free
Underground parking at the National Gallery of Canada is $2.75 per half hour, daily maximum $14 (or $12 for Members).
Parking is also permitted on adjacent streets.
Edward Burtynsky, Coal Mine #1, North Rhine, Westphalia, Germany (detail), 2015, photo © Edward Burtynsky, courtesy of Nicholas Metivier Gallery, Toronto
Harold Gilman, Halifax Harbour, 1918, oil on canvas, 198 x 335.8 cm. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Transfer from the Canadian War Memorials, 1921. Photo: NGC
Meet the 2018 Research Fellowship Program recipients. Find out who they are and how they’ll be using the CPI Collections to advance the study of photography.
The Gallery adds a major painting by French artist James Tissot to its collection of European and American art.
Members enjoy a 15% discount at the Boutique