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Both on the canvas and in his life and career, there is much more to Quebec painter Ozias Leduc than first meets the eye.
A Google search for “abstract artists” generates articles about Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and Wassily Kandinsky, to name a few. There is no mention of Kathleen Munn - a 20 th -century painter whose work...
Although the world has become familiar with Inuit art from Nunavut, the art of Labrador Inuit has often been given short shrift. This lack of mainstream awareness and acceptance is a shame, given the vibrancy...
What the rest of us might see as ordinary, 89-year-old Canadian artist Gathie Falk sees as extraordinary. Born to Russian immigrant parents in Manitoba, Falk retains fond and vivid memories of her childhood:...
As Canada marks the 150th anniversary of Confederation this summer, Canadian art will be front and centre at the Gallery. In addition to launching Canadian and Indigenous Art: From Time Immemorial to 1967 and...
The doors to the National Gallery’s newly transformed Canadian and Indigenous Galleries are about to open upon a magnificent display of art. With almost 800 works dating from 5,000 years ago to 1967, Canadian...
The penultimate decision is in. The jury for the 2017 Sobey Art Award has announced the five finalists for the prestigious prize: interdisciplinary artist Ursula Johnson, representing Atlantic Canada;...
Sometimes the most compelling thing about a work of art is the artist behind it. Are they messy or neat when they work? Spacious studio or dining room table? Do they draw inspiration from rural surroundings,...
In the world of Canadian art history, it is hard to imagine a more encyclopedic or prodigiously active mind than that of author-curator Robert Stacey. Now, in the recently launched 2017 Volume 8 of the...