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Marc Mayer, the outgoing director of the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, has been honoured for his leadership over the last decade with a gala event that raised $3 million for the gallery. Read more

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A new annual fellowship encourages research into Canadian and Indigenous Canadian war and military art. Read more

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A painting by Austrian painter Carl Moll to complement the National Gallery's collection of European art. Read more

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Pierre Théberge, former director of the National Gallery of Canada, is dead. Read more

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A recent federal court ruling that narrowed the grounds for exporting and donating art is causing concern at Canada’s art museums. Read more

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After its sale at auction was stopped by a public outcry, Marc Chagall's painting, "The Eiffel Tower," goes on display at the National Gallery of Canada on June 23. Read more

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The meticulously restored and refurbished Canada Pavilion was unveiled at the Biennale Architettura in Venice on May 24. Read more

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A joint release from the National Gallery of Canada and Christie's on May 10, 2018 confirms that La Tour Eiffel by Marc Chagall will be released from sale by joint agreement. Read more

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With David’s "Saint Jerome" no longer at risk of leaving the country, the National Gallery’s board of trustees has concluded that it's no longer necessary to proceed with the sale of "The Eiffel Tower" on May 15. Read more

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CBC News and the Globe and Mail were reporting Thursday, and later confirmed by the National Gallery of Canada, that the gallery is reversing a controversial decision to sell a painting by Marc Chagall. Read more

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The fate of a 1779 painting by French artist Jacques-Louis David has evolved into a controversy pitting Quebec nationalism against the federally owned National Gallery of Canada. Read more

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The National Gallery of Canada quietly put one of its two Marc Chagall paintings up for auction in New York. The news has sparked a full-on national controversy. Read more

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Some key links to recent media coverage and other information about the aborted sale of Marc Chagall's "The Eiffel Tower" by the National Gallery of Canada. Read more

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The National Gallery of Canada’s interest in purchasing Jacques-Louis David’s Saint Jerome Hearing the Trumpet of the Last Judgment, and the upcoming sale of a work from the national collection by Marc Chagall, have generated a lively public debate. Read more

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The multilateral partnerships in the Canada Pavilion restoration reflect the theme of freespace, described by the Venice Biennial as “a generosity of spirit at the heart of architecture’s agenda." Read more

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The optics of the gallery’s end run around its Quebec counterparts are really bad. Read more

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The National Gallery of Canada announces it plans to buy painting by Jacques-Louis David with the proceeds from the sale of "The Eiffel Tower" by Marc Chagall. Read more

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A top craft prize, the Saidye Bronfman Award, lets the Regina ceramicist pilot his clay vessels through the breach between art and craft at Canada's top gallery. Read more

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Highlights include Canada’s first and only show of paintings from the world-renowned Ordrupgaard collection of Impressionist and Danish art, which opens May 18. Read more

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Once a year, the National Gallery of Canada receives $15,000 from artist Takao Tanabe to recognize an up-and-coming Canadian artist through the purchase of their work for the national collection. Read more

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