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Nature has been an enduring subject for artists across time and cultures. From the bulls painted in the Lascaux caves and
This exceptionally varied exhibition, drawn mainly from the collections of the National Gallery of Canada, features 76 works dating from the 16th to the 21st centuries. Presenting a wide variety of media, scale and style, from the quiet and contemplative to the bold and the audacious, it presents the work of many great Canadian and international artists, including Lorraine Gilbert, Aganetha and Richard Dyck, Geoffrey James, Lucian Freud, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Frederick Evans, and Shary Boyle