Search the Collection

The Gallery is working hard to bring you even more of the national collection online. Make sure to visit our website often to see what’s new, as we continue to add images and content to this popular digital resource.

Displaying all results

Artist
1194
Startled Wader, Emerson Tuttle, 1934, etching and drypoint on laid paper
Date: 
1934
Medium: 
Print
Accession number: 
5193
Category: 
European and American Prints and Drawings
Hauling Logs, Arthabaska, Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté, 1924, bronze
Date: 
1924
Medium: 
Sculpture
Accession number: 
6477
Category: 
Later Canadian Art
The Old Smoker, Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté, c. 1926, charcoal on grey laid paper
Date: 
c. 1926
Medium: 
Drawing
Accession number: 
6598
Category: 
Canadian Prints and Drawings
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, Frederick B. Taylor, 1935, etching on laid paper
Date: 
1935
Medium: 
Print
Accession number: 
6891
Category: 
Canadian Prints and Drawings
Flower and Fruit, John Hall Thorpe, before 1924, colour woodcut on Bristol board
Date: 
before 1924
Medium: 
Print
Accession number: 
3033
Category: 
European and American Prints and Drawings
The Breaking Up of the Ice, Arthabaska, Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté, 1921, oil on wood
Date: 
1921
Medium: 
Painting
Accession number: 
9655
Category: 
Later Canadian Art
On Account of Defries, Alan Sullivan, 1924-1926, pen, black and blue ink with watercolour and gold paint on wove paper
Date: 
1924-1926
Medium: 
Drawing
Accession number: 
17921.11r
Category: 
Canadian Prints and Drawings
Bliss Carmen, Owen Staples, 1929, mezzotint in brown on wove paper
Date: 
1929
Medium: 
Print
Accession number: 
18176
Category: 
Canadian Prints and Drawings
Caughnawaga Women, Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté, 1924, bronze
Date: 
1924
Medium: 
Sculpture
Accession number: 
3367
Category: 
Later Canadian Art
The Thames at Chelsea, Sunset, Philip Wilson Steer, 1923, oil on canvas
Date: 
1923
Medium: 
Painting
Accession number: 
4826
Category: 
European and American Painting, Sculpture, and Decorative Arts
1194

On View From the Collection