Two oil portraits I've shown before hang together in the Canadian galleries. George Berthon painted Mrs. John Beverly Robinson in 1845, at left. At right is Miss Amelia Boddy, also done in the same year by John Bell-Smith.
Florence Carlyle painted Grey And Gold around 1910.
The Art Lover is an 1899 oil painting by Marc-Aurele de Foy Suzor-Cote.
Logging is the title of this large 1888 oil painting by George A. Reid, depicting the clearing of logs from a farm.
Nearby is a display case of Haida regalia, some of which is still occasionally used in ceremonies by its owner, a Haida chief. I've been in here before and found the robe temporarily removed for that purpose.
Here we have the other interior courtyard, which is arranged around a reflecting pool.
Some of the sculptures in this space are by the artist Alfred Laliberte.
Intricate items in this display case include totems, walking stick, hat, or chest, and are done by a husband and wife pair of the Haida people, Charles and Isabella Edenshaw.
This bust is from Alfred Laliberte, this time in marble. Head of A Woman, done sometime between 1923-28, is allegorical.
For today I finish off with Winter Landscape, another painting by Marc-Aurele de Foy Suzor-Cote, done in 1909.