In the middle of March I paid a visit to the National Gallery of Canada, another of our national museums in the capital area. My purpose was two fold: to enjoy the art and to get in enough shots for the blog to pull me through to tulip time in May. It was timely, as things have gone back into lockdown yet again because of Covid. I hope this is the last time, because I just don't think I can take much more of this.
The Gallery has its origins in the 19th century. Its present quarters are at Nepean Point, with a modern structure that houses Canadian and world art. At the time of my visit, strict Covid procedures were in place, such as limited entry, masks required, and some interactive activities off the table. I approached from the north.