Here we have another Lawren Harris painting, Lighthouse, Father Point, dating to 1930. Harris and his Group of Seven colleague A.Y. Jackson took a trip the previous year to Atlantic Canada, and Harris found this lighthouse near Rimouski, Quebec.
Two works of art are side by side, one a sculpture and the second being a portrait of the artist.
Gesture is a 1927 marble by Elizabeth Wyn Wood.
Gordon Davies painted the artist with two of her works in 1936. Elizabeth And Gesture is the title of this oil painting.
This display case features carved works by First Nations artists.
Woman At Clothesline was painted in 1956-57 by the artist Alex Colville, depicting his wife Rhoda.
Alex Janvier is a First Nations artist of the Dene people who works in a vivid, abstract style; his Morning Star over at the Museum of History is a particular favourite work of art of mine. This is another of his works, Alberta Blues, dating to 1966.
Daphne Odjig was a colleague of Janvier, with Odawa and Potowatomi First Nations roots. Universe is a 1970 acrylic painting.
I headed up to the world art section. On the upper landing I photographed out the glass tower towards Parliament Hill and Major's Hill Park.
There's a staircase that leads up to here. Standing Nude is a limestone sculpture by Aristide Maillol, and it's on the landing halfway up. It was done from 1919-21.
For today I finish off with a view of the garden courtyard from the upper level.