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Platt D. Babbitt, Niagara Falls from Prospect Point, c. 1855, 13.5 x 18.6 cm. Gift of Phyllis Lambert (Montreal, 1988), National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa. Photo: NGC
This page was archived in March 2020 and is no longer updated. To learn more about the National Gallery of Canada’s photography collection, please visit the Collecting Areas’ Photography page.
From emerging talent to historical archives and established artists, the Canadian Photography Institute is the place to see and study photography in all its forms.
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Geneviève Cadieux, Barcelone (detail), 2003–21. inkjet prints on vinyl. © Geneviève Cadieux Photo: Courtesy the artist