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

    Frederick H. Evans: On View at the NGC

  • Chagall: Daphnis & Chloé

    Chagall: Daphnis & Chloé. On View at the NGC

  • Muriel Maxwell, American Vogue cover (detail), 1 July 1939

    Photographer of Style: On View at the McCord Museum

  • Geoffrey Farmer

    Geoffrey Farmer: On View at the VAG

  • An American Patron: Alex Colville and Lincoln Kirstein
  • Ron Mueck, A Girl (2006)

    Ron Mueck: On View at the WAG

  • Paul Kane, Kitchie-Ogi-Maw, infrared image (detail), 1848–1856

    Paul Kane and Infrared Reflectography: On View at the ROM

  • Tom Thomson, The Pointers (detail), 1915

    A Story of Canadian Art: On View at the Kelowna Art Gallery

  • Frederick H. Evans, Durham Cathedral from the Wear (detail), c. 1896–1910
  • Chagall: Daphnis & Chloé
  • Muriel Maxwell, American Vogue cover (detail), 1 July 1939
  • Geoffrey Farmer
  • An American Patron: Alex Colville and Lincoln Kirstein
  • Ron Mueck, A Girl (2006)
  • Paul Kane, Kitchie-Ogi-Maw, infrared image (detail), 1848–1856
  • Tom Thomson, The Pointers (detail), 1915

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