This is a large display of Haida items, such as a formal robe, baskets, and other items used in the traditional culture of the First Nations people.
The Smiths is the title of this 1894 oil by W. Blair Bruce, showing the work of blacksmiths in the time period.
The Flood Gate is a dramatic oil painting by Homer Watson, dating circa 1900-01. It conveys the struggle against nature.
Angakuk Caribou Coat is a collaborative effort by Inuit artists, Maartha Angugatiaq Ungalaaq, Jeanie Arnaanuk, and their families. It is a reproduction of the original coat dating back to 1900, made for a shaman, which ended up in an American museum. In the 1980s, three reproductions were done for museum collections.
I like taking perspective shots while in the Gallery, such as this one, giving a view of a space beyond.
The Drive is by Lawren Harris, one of the founders of the Canadian art group called the Group of Seven. This 1912 oil painting uses dramatic lighting upon a log drive in northern Ontario.
Snow In October is an oil painting done in 1916-17 by Tom Thomson, a friend and contemporary of the rest of the Group of Seven who died before their formal founding (otherwise it would have been the Group Of Eight). Thomson's love of the outdoors and the woodlands influenced his friends, while their artistic styles influenced his work.
A.Y. Jackson, another member of the Group, painted Terre Sauvage in 1913.