ACI presents “What Makes Art Canadian?”
The ACI Art Talk explores four important Canadian artists
In the latest Art Talk from the Art Canada Institute, four of Canada’s leading scholars examine the critical legacies of four of Canada’s most significant artists:
Ray Cronin on the Maritime realist Alex Colville.
Michael Parke-Taylor on the Manitoban modernist Lionel LeMoine FitzGerald.
Samantha Burton on the Quebec Impressionist painter Helen McNicoll.
Carmen Robertson on Anishinaabe creator of the Woodland School, Norval Morrisseau.
Watch What Makes Art Canadian? and more Art Talks on our ACI Videos page.
Alex Colville, To Prince Edward Island, 1965, acrylic emulsion on Masonite, 61.9 x 92.5 cm, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa.