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Around 1880 Camille Pissarro created a series of prints that mirrored his Impressionist vision of light, atmosphere and plein-air painting
European artists were giving shape to beasts that populate collective imagination long before "The Lord of the Rings" and "Game of Thrones" came along.
Multi-disciplinary artist Joseph Tisiga responds to NGC Magazine's version of the Proust Questionnaire.
Filmmaker Stephanie Comilang, representing the Ontario region, is the winner of the 2019 Sobey Art Award.
In 1918 the Canadian modernist artist James Wilson Morrice travelled to the front in war-torn France to document the aftermath of battle for the Canadian War Records Office.
The National Gallery's exhibition of international Indigenous contemporary art unites 70 artists from across the world who explore themes such as continuity, activation and relatedness.
Transforming its public spaces by letting the public access art as soon as they enter, the National Gallery of Canada is exploring new ways to let visitors interact with art.
Returning to his native Leiden at the age of 19, Rembrandt van Rijn began to develop the dramatic and emotionally charged style that would earn him the reputation as the foremost master of the Dutch Golden Age.
Travelling in Europe between 1905 and 1913, A.Y. Jackson became fascinated by Impressionism and began to explore the movement's painterly effects and use of colour in his own work.