Returning into the main gallery spaces, I took this photograph of a cloak from the 19th century done by an artist of the Mississauga tribe.
This is a caribou skin coat of the far north. These two are another example of putting Indigenous works and artifacts in with the traditional western style art one can see in the background. It was a good idea to weave them together.
One of those traditional paintings: The Honourable Antoine Juchereau Duchesnay, Seigneur of Beauport is by Francois Baillarge, and dates to circa 1782-84.
Thayendanegea (Joseph Brant) is a portrait of the Mohawk chief by William Berczy, from 1807.
Here we have John Mackenzie, another work by Berczy, from 1811,
A third Berczy painting is this one, The Woolsey Family, from 1809.
I leave off today with a dramatic painting by Joseph Legare, dated circa 1832. Cholera Plague, Quebec is the sort of painting that haunts you.