Nasjonalgalleriet i Canada
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retireeVancouver
Vancouver, Canada1 829 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
We spent 4 pleasant hours in this spacious modern art gallery looking at Canadian art as well as specimans of European art from several art periods. In early May, we easily bought tickets at the door. Cloak room has an attendent with no charge. We used their excellent map of the gallery, provided with the ticket, to guide us through the many spacious rooms on 2 levels.

The first level had a very good collection of the Group of 7's landscape paintings of northern Ontario on the walls as well as quite a few of Emily Carr's from the Pacific Northwest. I also enjoyed seeing works by early Canadian painters like Paul Kane, Krieghoff. I would have thought there would have been more paintings than just one by the Nova Scotian artist, Alex Colville, on display. There were many more paintings by other Canadian artists as well as works by Indigenous artists on Level 1.
Level 2 had the European and Contemporary paintings. I enjoyed seeing a representative painting from famous Renaissance and Impressionist artists. Some of the rooms also had sculptures. Benches were available in the middle of some of the rooms.

Both levels had the same floor space with views into a small courtyard planted with ferns and another featuring a water fountain. It was strange to hear church choral music in these courtyards, but upon investigating the source of the music I came upon a make-up interior of a cathedral with 45 audiospeakers where visitors could hear the special parts of the music being played.

The gift shop was excellent to browse through with many lovely things on display including art books, pottery, and fabric pieces.

The cafe, overlooking the Champlain statue pointing towards the Ottawa River, offers grilled foods like grilled cheese sandwiches, burgers as well as cold sandwiches and salads ($10), soup, drinks and sweets. Another spacious sunny area on Level 1 - the Great Hall - offers seating for large groups who may have brought their lunches with them. Near the gift shop is a coffee shop with sweets and wraps. Outside is the Tavern, a most pleasant area offering pizza.

The art gallery is close to other attractions in Ottawa. On our way to the art Gallery, we particularly enjoyed our stroll through Major Hill Park with its beautiful tulip beds in bloom in early May and, later, a stroll around Parliament Hill looking at the PM statues, followed by a cruise boat ride on the Rideau canal.
Skrevet 21. mai 2024
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ron
Utica, NY10 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2024 • Par
We thoroughly enjoyed the Gallery. Very impressive collection, with especially strong holdings of First Nations art (both historic and contemporary) and the Group of Seven, a great favorite of ours whose contributions should be more fully understood by those of us from the US. Superb group of Lawren Harris paintings and a lovely collection of David Milne, Emily Carr, Tom Thomson and much more. The cafe offers great window seating of the lawns and sculptures. If you want to visit the entire collection, count on several hours. (And parking is available on site!)
Skrevet 6. mai 2024
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Nico Samneil Sy Salado
Newport, VT1 898 bidrag
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apr. 2024 • Par
2024: now, we are able to visit. Pretty neat and organized. Has a gift shop and up to date bathroom technology. Bathrooms are clean and smells good. Has a coat place, gift shop and restaurant. Entrance is CAD 20. Child & stroller friendly place.

2022: A spacious, elegant looking and looks informative place to go to. We just dont have the time to go in. The spider statue does not make sense and looks scary for the children
Skrevet 23. april 2024
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dominiquemariscotes
Hermitage, TN33 bidrag
4,0 av 5 bobler
apr. 2024 • Familie
Spontaneously decided to walk here from Parliament Hill, and definitely spent a good two hours here browsing the art. If your resident artist enthusiast can creep past the front sculpture, you are in for a treat. The architecture caught my eye and did not leave me disappointed. The interior structure is well-lit and allows for plenty of ambient light. The inside garden court and the second floor's sitting area is a nice reprieve, though there was not a lot of room to rest in the garden court. This is ADA-accessible with elevators and an entrance ramp.

Art enthusiasts need to allocate their time wisely to peruse the hundreds (if not thousands) of pieces of art. During my visit, I primarily saw paintings of different times with few sculptures of various styles. Personally, I am not an art enthusiast, but there were small pieces that captured my attention. My favorite part of the exhibit was the Kan Azuma exhibit and nods to Indigenous pieces.
Skrevet 20. april 2024
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Ludwig K
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apr. 2024 • Alene
usually, a good peace of art in a museum is worth more than the building. Not in this case. The architecture is overdone and overspent (absolutely), the Canadian painting selection is mediocre, some English protestant talents and some French catholic. THe whole thing is put in context with great Inuit art, sometimes, especially the older stuff really outstanding. Why does the museum want to tell us, that there was a together of the first nation with the EUropean immigrants? It wasn't. Only in the later Inuit art we see some adaption. But is it good? Deep doubts. It would have been better to give a big part to the original Inuit art, as it looks outstanding.
Skrevet 18. april 2024
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Stephanie H
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5,0 av 5 bobler
mar. 2024 • Venner
Bring your walking shoes! There is so much to see! I was surprised by the sheer size of the building and number of displays
I could have easily spent the day, and returned again, but we were subject to a timeframe.
When you go, be sure not to miss the chapel- the sound is amazing.
Definitely wish I was closer so I could make this a regular part of my week
Skrevet 28. mars 2024
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PookyCake
Victoria, Canada14 274 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
mai 2023 • Par
Founded in 1880, the current edifice that houses the National Gallery of Canada opened in 1988. It was designed by Moshe Safdie as a contemporary and postmodern take on the architecture of Canada’s Parliament buildings, which it strategically faces across the Rideau Canal. I think this is quite apt because any art gallery that calls itself a “national” one should look and feel the part. Thankfully, our National Gallery of Canada does just that. It is grand in scale, but – and almost contradictorily – understated in its presentation of the artworks, modern and classical, inside. True to form, the National Gallery gives nearly equal weight to traditional heavyweights – the Group of Seven and Emily Carr, for example – and emerging voices, including from our diverse Indigenous and multicultural communities. It’s a beautiful thing and one could easily spend hours ambling about this space and learning about this place.

The National Gallery of Canada represented the second major stop during our all too brief visit to Ottawa. All told, we spent about three hours here and could’ve easily spent longer, but time was of the essence. While I enjoyed looking at the works of Carr and Group of Seven, the Indigenous artworks – and especially those by the Inuit – really captured my attention. The amount of detail carved into bone and tusk was nothing short of amazing. I also enjoyed a rather large installation called “Non Orientable,” which used scrap materials to comment upon capitalism and commodity. In some ways it reminded me of works by Douglas Coupland (I know this was not his).

In any event, when it’s all said and done, the National Gallery of Canada succeeds in one of its primary goals; that is to say, it does an exceptional job of walking us through the nation’s history and its ever-expanding cultural development. In short, the gallery is a physical manifestation of our beautiful mosaic.

Oh! And while you’re outside the gallery, be sure to spend a few moments admiring Maman – the giant spider (see my earlier review on this site). At a micro level, Maman is a protector of the National Gallery; at a macro level, it comments upon our country as a symbol for shelter and home. Now we’re getting deep . . . ;)
Skrevet 14. desember 2023
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Dimitris L
Sydney, Australia48 861 bidrag
5,0 av 5 bobler
aug. 2023 • Par
The National Gallery of Canada has an amazing collection of art works. The origins of the Gallery go back to the 19th century. The present building is a lovely architectural achievement as well.
Skrevet 15. oktober 2023
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Dennis1
Williamsburg, VA77 bidrag
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sep. 2023 • Par
What a splendid art gallery this is! Magnificent modern architecture in a perfect setting with a view of Parliament in Ottawa. My wife and I spent almost an entire day here, with a fine-dining lunch outdoors in the sunken "Tavern" restaurant. The Canadian art pieces here are many and varied, with special emphasis on the talented Group of Seven painters -- each with his individual style. The Water Court was sublime and soothing to both the eyes and ears. A fascinating historic chapel was moved into this building and lovely music emanates from it. The European art objects were superb. As Americans, we wish there could be more art pieces from the USA but we fully understand that it is not the primary focus of this treasured national collection. Congratulations to all involved in making this gallery such a must-see institution in Ottawa. Thank you.
Skrevet 21. september 2023
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Mellie2013
Port Moody, Canada2 939 bidrag
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jun. 2023 • Par
Free Thursday nights ( from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m.) are a fantastic way to view this phenomenal museum! The Scotiabank Great Hall offers the sound of music by a local DJ and participation in free art-making activities.

This museum can rival those of Europe. We enjoyed the Canadiana portion. Emily Carr, Tom Thomson, Marc‑Aurèle Fortin, Lawren S. Harris, the Group of Seven. A wonderfully diverse collection. Throw in the Americans and Europeans, it's magical. The largest number of works comes from Britain, France and Italy, but important and characteristic pieces by Dutch, Flemish, German and Spanish artists are represented.

Within the 3 hour time frame, we completed many of the collections to our satisfaction.

Enjoy the Spider Sculpture and the breathtaking Scotiabank glass hall. Beautiful!

Would we return...definitely!

Skrevet 16. august 2023
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