Emerging into the next gallery space gives us this large area with a collection of various paintings on one wall, works of the Group of Seven facing on the opposite wall, and an Algonquin canoe taking pride of place in the centre of the room.
Here we have March Storm, Georgian Bay, by A.Y. Jackson of the Group, circa 1920.
Another view of the canoe and the paintings. We'll have a closer look at three of those tomorrow.
Franz Johnston, another member of the Group, painted Fire-Swept Algoma around 1920.
A September Gale, Georgian Bay is a 1921 painting by Arthur Lismer, another member of the Group of Seven.
To close out the day, another Jackson painting. Here we have The Red Maple, a 1914 oil painting. I'm quite familiar with the river this painting depicts.