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After a successful tour across Europe, Painting Canada: Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven is back in Canada, where there’s still time to see some of our country’s most iconic works under one roof before the...
Sculptures in this show at the Alberta Art Gallery are from the National Gallery’s permanent collection of internationally acclaimed artists.
During the late 1920s and 1930s, André Biéler produced an important body of prints and paints in tempera, watercolour, casein and oil. He painted few large oils, however, and Before the Auction is his largest...
New artworks by emergent, mid-career and long-established Canadian artists is the mix presented in Builders: Canadian Biennial 2012 , an exhibition that showcases some of the most provocative and important art...
The recent series by Winnipeg-based artist Sarah Anne Johnson, Arctic Wonderland , reflects our ongoing fascination with the North. In works reminiscent of historical photographs, she captures the region’s...
Pierre-Paul Prud’hon was fascinated by the subject of this painting: love, and its delicate balance between eroticism, desire and grief. He explored love and its repercussions in his drawings for more than 30...
They are often the “misshapen pearls” of society, folklore and fancy. They warn of doom, Hell and lost souls. As much as they terrify or repel, however, we cannot look away from these beautiful monsters.
At nearly a metre wide, highly finished and carefully composed, The Bridge at Narni at first seems to have little in common with At Fontainebleau , which is small, on paper, and quickly executed. Together,...
This splendid red chalk drawing transports viewers to eighteenth-century Rome—then the cultural centre of Europe, with an unparalleled artistic heritage.