Today I conclude my series from the National Gallery of Canada, until the next time I stop in. From the second level landing, I photographed down into the grand hall.
From the other side of the landing, I photographed along the lower and upper corridors, and the rampway that leads down to the grand hall.
When I came down the stairs, I looked up and decided to photograph the staircase.
Here we have a view from within the grand hall. Looking out the windows, one can see the lights of Parliament Hill out there.
Another temporary exhibit being held here (until mid-March) is Paul Klee: The Berggruen Collection From the Metropolitan Museum Of Art, showcasing a large selection of works by the artist. I went in and had a look, but generally speaking his style didn't really do anything for me.
I did decide to show you one example of his work. Athlete's Head is a 1932 work, a combination of watercolour, gouache, and graphite on paper. The sheet is covered with four thousand squares Klee applied with a small brush and a mix of colours.
I came back out of the exhibit and headed back towards the grand hall, where I photographed more of the space.