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The summer place is both a sweet arrival and a bittersweet departure. Alex Colville's couple crosses Northumberland Strait, and the seasons.
Arriving in Canada in 1875, Charlotte Schreiber became a pioneer and role model for Canadian women artists and is credited for introducing the Realist movement to the country's art community.
Gino Severini's “The Black Cat” was one of the earliest acquisitions made by the artist and writer Nell Roslund Walden for her collection.
Mary Hiester Reid’s interior scenes are inscribed with elements of her practice as an artist, and function as self-portraits.
Artist and curator Micah Lexier reflects on his passion for collecting and how this intertwines with his sculptures and conceptual works.
The Gallery is continually assessing ways of bringing visitors closer to the art, while ensuring the safety of the works in its care.
On July 18 the National Gallery of Canada reopened its doors to the public. Sasha Suda, Director and CEO, looks at the changes and reflects upon the opportunities.
Ted Grant excelled in creating visually dynamic narratives through his skilful manipulation of existing light and his dramatic compositions.
Internationally acclaimed photographer David McMillan responds to NGC Magazine's version of The Proust Questionnaire.