• George Paulding Farnham, Ptarmigan Vase (detail), c. 1900–03

    The Ptarmigan Vase: On View at the Audain Art Museum

  • Ai Weiwei, Tree (detail), 2009–10, wood and steel, 510 x 515 x 511 cm installed. NGC

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  • Liz Magor, Provincial Sideboard (detail), 1993

    Liz Magor: On View at the MAC

  • Marc Chagall, Ferdinand Eckhardt, Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté, and Valentina (“Vava”) Brodsky Chagall, 1959

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  • Diana Thorneycroft, Canadians and Americans (Best friends forever...it's complicated), detail, 2013

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  • Lawren S. Harris, Ice House, Coldwell, Lake Superior (detail), 1923

    The Idea of North: On View at the AGO

  • Robert Lefèvre, Portrait of Napoleon I (detail), 1809

    Napoleon and Paris: On View at the CMH

  • Pablo Picasso, Femme couchée lisant, 1939

    Picasso: On View at the VAG

  • George Paulding Farnham, Ptarmigan Vase (detail), c. 1900–03
  • Ai Weiwei, Tree (detail), 2009–10, wood and steel, 510 x 515 x 511 cm installed. NGC
  • Liz Magor, Provincial Sideboard (detail), 1993
  • Marc Chagall, Ferdinand Eckhardt, Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté, and Valentina (“Vava”) Brodsky Chagall, 1959
  • Diana Thorneycroft, Canadians and Americans (Best friends forever...it's complicated), detail, 2013
  • Lawren S. Harris, Ice House, Coldwell, Lake Superior (detail), 1923
  • Robert Lefèvre, Portrait of Napoleon I (detail), 1809
  • Pablo Picasso, Femme couchée lisant, 1939

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