Canadian Art Links

Selected websites & blogs devoted to Canadian art
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Art Canada Institute
The Art Canada Institute is a non-profit research organization whose goal is to make Canadian art history a contemporary conversation. The Institute publishes e-books about Canadian artists.

Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO)
The AGO is a major public art museum in Toronto with a permanent collection of 80,000 works, including the Thomson Collection of Canadian Paintings, Inuit artworks and Contemporary Canadian art.

Artists in Canada
Artists in Canada connects Canadian artists with the rest of Canada. It provides a large directory of Canadian artists, art resources, artist websites and galleries — including

canadaart.INFO is a Canadian Art Directory that lists links to Canadian artists, galleries, museums, organizations, events, publications and other art resources.

David Blackwood
Website of Canadian artist David Blackwood, a master printmaker best known for his limited edition etchings depicting traditional life in Newfoundland.

Frederick Loveroff
A website dedicated to the life and artworks of Canadian artist Frederick Loveroff (1894-1959), a highly-regarded painter who was most active in the 1920s and whose paintings are very rare.

McMichael Canadian Art Collection
This Kleinburg, Ontario, art gallery focuses on Canadian art, with one of the largest permanent collections of artworks by Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven and Indigenous artists.

National Gallery of Canada
The National Gallery in Ottawa is home to the most important collections of historical and contemporary Canadian art, and also houses important works of international and Indigenous Art.

Royal Academy of Arts
The RCA, founded in 1880, has a membership of more than 700 professional artists and designers from across Canada. Members are nominated and elected by their peers. Members have included many of Canada’s top artists generation after generation.
A website dedicated to the life and artworks of Canadian artist William John Hopkinson (1887-1970), an underappreciated painter best known for his en plein air landscapes.