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Bertram Binning's Seasons Greetings card of 1953 is part of the Gallery's archival collection of artists' cards.
An exhibition in the Gallery's Focus Series looks at the depiction of dog sled teams – essential to the livelihood of many northern communities – in historical and contemporary images.
A set of newly acquired works by the French engraver Claude Mellan illustrates his innovative talent and technical skilfulness in the art of engraving.
In her work, McMaster focuses on land, the natural environment and migration, in the hope that we all maintain a long-term ecological equilibrium with the world around us.
In his pastel "Seated Nude", Edvard Munch confronts viewers with politics of love and desire by depicting a woman of dignity and power.
Rebecca Belmore’s "The Named and the Unnamed" is a commemoration and a protest over the disappearance of more than 65 women in Vancouver.
In the late 1730s, Chardin conceived two genre paintings as a pair that depict day-to-day domestic interactions on different social levels.
Best known for his Vimy Memorial honouring the deaths of Canadians in the First World War, Walter Allward subsequently created over 100 sketches on the sacrifice and devastation of war.