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      • The Jack Pine is probably his finest and most famous painting. He endows the lone Jack Pine tree, Canada's most broadly distributed pine, with a sentinel-like, mystical quality. The tree - outlined in red and silhouetted against a serene sunset - both bisects and connects the horizontal elements of sky, curving hills, lake and foreground.
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    • Joyce Wieland, Cooling Room II (1964) Born in Toronto, Joyce Wieland (1930–1998) was an experimental filmmaker and mixed media artist. In 1971, her exhibition called True Patriot Love was the first solo exhibition by a living female Canadian artist shown at the National Gallery of Canada.
    • Annie Pootoogook, Cape Dorset Freezer (2005) Annie Pootoogook (1969–2016) was a Canadian Inuk artist known for her ink-and-crayon depictions of life in Cape Dorset, Nunavut.
    • Emily Carr, Seascape (1933) Often remembered in terms of her connection to the infamous Group of Seven, the work of Emily Carr (1871–1945) has become iconic to the Canadian artistic imagination.
    • Tom Thomson, The Jack Pine (1917) Another prominent Canadian artist who is connected with the Group of Seven and considered to have had a strong influence on them, Tom Thomson (1877–1917) is famous for his paintings of Ontario’s landscapes.
  2. Search more than 75,000 works and discover a range of Canadian and European art, renowned photographs, Inuit art, contemporary American art, and more. Search the Collection | National Gallery of Canada

  3. A significant representation of works by Cornelius Krieghoff includes three small-scale landscapes of incomparable quality and physical condition ( The Passing Storm, Saint-Ferréol, 1854; The Saint Anne Falls, 1855; and The Saint Anne Falls near Quebec from Above and Looking Upward, 1854), as well as the artist’s only known self-portrait. The National Gallery of Canada’s collection has grown with contributions from Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, which was founded in 1880.

  4. The garden was designed by Cornelia Oberlander, who modelled it the painting Terre Sauvage by A. Y. Jackson; a painting in the National Gallery's permanent collection. The garden attempts to mimic the landscape depicted in the painting, the Canadian shield ; although limestone is substituted in place of the granite typically found at the Canadian shield.

  5. Feb 16, 2020 · The London National Gallery is a rather conservative museum. It seems that the “newest” painting in the collection is post-Impressionist paintings by Cezanne and Van Gogh. The famous sunflowers of the latter can be seen here. Talking about the masterpieces of a gallery as London’s is very difficult.