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Emily Carr

Experts debate whether a drawing in a self-portrait show at Calgary's Glenbow Museum is actually Emily Carr or by Emily Carr. more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

This show reveals there’s still much recovery work to be done on the history of women artists in Western Canada. more

STORIES

Billed as a transcontinental journey through the country’s alpine vistas, this show invites the public to see mountains through the eyes of some of Canada's greatest artists. more

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One of the most important paintings of Canadian artist Emily Carr has recently been acquired by the Audain Art Museum in Whistler. Entitled "Le Paysage," the picture was painted in 1911. more

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Beadwork and other Indigenous art is playing an increasingly important role in Canadian art history. more

BOOKS

This summer, the Vancouver Art Gallery presents an exciting new season of art with seven diverse and engaging exhibitions. more

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"Totem and Forest"

Collection of the Vancouver Art Gallery, Emily Carr Trust, VAG 42.3.1, Photo: Trevor Mills, VAG.

Her art went largely unrecognized in her lifetime, but now, more than a century after spending time in London as an art student, Emily Carr is having a major show there. more

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The Royal BC Museum has meticulously packed up 25 remarkable paintings and sketches by the iconic Canadian artist and writer Emily Carr, in preparation for a loan to the Dulwich Picture Gallery in London, UK. more

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The Royal BC Museum has agreed to support the Dulwich Picture Art Gallery, London with a significant loan of 26 Emily Carr paintings, drawings and sketches for a major exhibition opening Nov 1, 2014. more

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Passion: That’s the key word that jumps out at me as I wander through these two collections of Canadian art – the passion of collecting and taking chances to explore the unknown of art’s creation. more

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"The Wing Sang building"

Photo by Martin Tessler

"Curious", the first museum exhibition at the satellite gallery, Royal BC Museum at Wing Sang, will run from June 14 to September 3, 2012 in Vancouver’s historic core. more

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“Public art galleries as we know them wouldn’t exist without private collectors,” says Ian Thom, senior curator of the Vancouver Art Gallery. more

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It’s difficult to reconcile the early watercolours of Emily Carr — products of a genteel education, and a puritan, provincial upbringing in a colonial backwater — with the power and intensity of her later paintings. more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS

Cheryle Harrison of Conserv-Arte in Vancouver has mastered the profession of retrieving the original colour and images of historic paintings, while also maintaining a respect for the artists’ intentions. more

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“New Perspectives on a Canadian Icon” is an ambitious show that is not so much about Carr’s art as it is about the shifting ground from which it is viewed. more

HISTORICAL ART & AUCTIONS