• Colville EN
  • GGAVMA 2015
  • Simon Vouet, The Fortune-teller (detail), c. 1620

    Italian Baroque Masterworks in Canadian Collections: On View at the AGH

  • BGL, Canadassimo (detail), 2015. Work in progress, 2014

    BGL at the 2015 Venice Biennale

  • Mary Pratt, Red Currant Jelly (detail), 1972

    Mary Pratt: This Little Painting On View at the NGC

  • Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire (La Montagne Sainte-Victoire) [detail], c. 1904–06

    Cézanne and the Modern: On View at the VAG

  • Sophie Calle, The Last Image. Blind with embroidery (detail), 2010

    Sophie Calle: On View at the MACM

  • Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald, Summer Afternoon, The Prairie (detail), 1921

    L.L. FitzGerald: On View at the WAG

  • Colville EN
  • GGAVMA 2015
  • Simon Vouet, The Fortune-teller (detail), c. 1620
  • BGL, Canadassimo (detail), 2015. Work in progress, 2014
  • Mary Pratt, Red Currant Jelly (detail), 1972
  • Paul Cézanne, Mont Sainte-Victoire (La Montagne Sainte-Victoire) [detail], c. 1904–06
  • Sophie Calle, The Last Image. Blind with embroidery (detail), 2010
  • Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald, Summer Afternoon, The Prairie (detail), 1921

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