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The Good Lands

|October 24, 2017


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A book of images of this country as seen by our artists. This is a book to remind us that the land holds us, not we the land, and that we share our territories with the other sentient beings, with the forest and the grasslands, with the rocks and the rivers. This…
Un Territoire A Partager: L'art Du Paysage Au Canada
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Il y a cinquante ans, le Canada a célébré le centenaire de la Confédération. À l'Expo 67, dans les collectivités d'un bout à l'autre du pays, nous avons célébré l'évolution de notre pays en tant que nation moderne, biculturelle et bilingue - un endroit où…

|September 2, 2020


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What is it about the small fruits of field and wood that encourage rapture? These gifts of the earth—flagrant in hedgerows, carpeting the forest floor or coloring tablelands—are so ubiquitous as to be commonplace and yet so extraordinary that we have…

|March 15, 2016

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Playful and inquisitive, seals have long been interested in humans—and humans have reciprocated that interest, falling for their beauty, grace, and charm as they frolic alongside our boats or loll on sandy shores. In this newest entry in the Animal series,…

|December 15, 2013


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From Benjamin Bunny to Peter Cottontail, the Velveteen Rabbit to the Flopsy Bunnies, the Rabbit of Caerbannog to Bugs Bunny and Roger Rabbit, the winsome long-eared animal is a permanent fixture of our childhoods. We know rabbits for their place in our…
Drawn from Life: Science and Art in the Portrayal of the New World

|December 12, 1998

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The use of images as evidence in historical writing has been largely neglected by historians, though recent interest in the importance of visualization in scientific literature has led to a reappraisal of their value. In Drawn from Life, Victoria Dickenson…