Here we have In The Nickel Belt, by Franklin Carmichael, another member of the Group of Seven.
The accompanying panels note that it was one of several paintings by the Group given a commemorative series of stamps in 2020 by the Canadian government.
I didn't photograph the accompanying panel for these two, but the signature appears to be Jackson, and given their similarity, the first would be a sketch done in the field and the second would be the finished painting done in the studio. This was a common technique for members of the Group.
Two paintings by Group members are here. At top is Shores Of Lake O'Hara by J.E.H. Macdonald. Below it is Prairie Homestead by L.L. Fitzgerald.
This is Parry Sound by A.J. Casson.
Here we have Algoma Country by Lawren Harris.
And finally here we have Algoma Landscape by Franz Johnston, another member of the Group.
Throughout my visit into this gallery space, classical music by Chopin was playing. A panel near the entrance explained its significance.
One more view of that staircase. We'll wrap up this visit tomorrow.