• Antonio Canova, Dancer (detail) [1818–1822]

    Dancer by Antonio Canova: On View at the NGC

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    For the Record: On View at the NGC

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    Reimagining Clay: On View at the Gardiner Museum

  • Roland Poulin, Photo of wall in studio (detail), © 2015 Roland Poulin

    Roland Poulin: On View at the MBAS

  • Frederick H. Evans, Durham Cathedral from the Wear (detail), c. 1896–1910

    Frederick H. Evans: On View at the NGC

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    Photographer of Style: On View at the McCord Museum

  • Geoffrey Farmer

    Geoffrey Farmer: On View at the VAG

  • Antonio Canova, Dancer (detail) [1818–1822]
  • Underwood & Underwood, Bow River Valley, Banff, Alberta (detail), 1900
  • Mary E. Wrinch, Spring Landscape (detail), 1908
  • Veronika Horlik, PROUNS (SLASH) [detail], 2015
  • Roland Poulin, Photo of wall in studio (detail), © 2015 Roland Poulin
  • Frederick H. Evans, Durham Cathedral from the Wear (detail), c. 1896–1910
  • Muriel Maxwell, American Vogue cover (detail), 1 July 1939
  • Geoffrey Farmer

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