Continuing where I left off yesterday, this is a bronze, The Self-Made Man, by Alfred Laliberte, done in 1926.
Inspiration is the title of this 1904 bronze by Louis-Philippe Hebert, a self portrait with the artist accompanied by a winged figure whispering ideas into his ear.
Another work by Hebert: the 1916 bronze Dollard des Ormaux, with its central figure being Adam Dollard des Ormaux, a historical figure from the time of the Post-Contact Wars.
Back into the main corridors of the galleries I went. Robert Harris painted A Meeting Of The School Trustees in 1885.
This is The Flood Gate, circa 1900-01, by Homer Watson.
The display case at the heart of this room contains works by a husband and wife pair, the Haida artists Charles and Isabella Edenshaw, very much representative of their tribal roots.