Douglas & McIntyre partners with major galleries to produce the highest quality art books.
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
With a history dating to 1908, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia acts as a gateway for the visual arts in Atlantic Canada by bringing the art of the world to Nova Scotia and the art of Nova Scotia to the world. It is committed to this mission as an agency of the Province of Nova Scotia and one of the premier arts institutions in Canada. The Gallery is responsible for acquiring, preserving and exhibiting works of art, and for providing education in the visual arts. Abstract Painting in Canada is a recent collaboration with the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Art Gallery of Ontario
Founded in 1900 by a group of private citizens as the Art Museum of Toronto, the Art Gallery of Ontario is now the 10th largest art museum in North America, with a physical facility of 486,000 square feet. The AGO currently has more than 40,000 works in its collection, spanning 100 AD to present day. The collection includes pivotal works by Cornelius Krieghoff, Lucius O’Brien, James Wilson Morrice, Tom Thomson, the Group of Seven, David Milne, Emily Carr and Paul-Emile Borduas. Douglas & McIntyre published David Milne Watercolours with the Art Gallery of Ontario.
Museum of Canadian Civilization
As the national museum of human history, the Canadian Museum of Civilization is committed to fostering in all Canadians a sense of their common identity and their shared past. At the same time, it hopes to promote understanding between the various cultural groups that are part of Canadian society. Douglas & McIntyre and the Museum of Canadian Civilization pursue these goals together through books like Recording Their Story.
National Gallery of Canada
Established in 1880, The National Gallery of Canada holds its collections of art in trust for all Canadians. The mandate of the National gallery, as set out in the 1990 Museums Act is: to develop, maintain and make known, throughout Canada and internationally, a national collection of works of art, historic and contemporary, with special but not exclusive reference to Canada; and to further knowledge, understanding and enjoyment of art in general among all Canadians. Douglas & McIntyre has had the opportunity to produce many books with the National Gallery, including Emily Carr.
Vancouver Art Gallery
Through cutting-edge exhibitions, the Gallery features the work of contemporary, internationally-renowned local artists, including Jeff Wall, Fred Herzog, Ian Wallace, Stan Douglas, Rodney Graham, Brian Jungen, and Roy Arden – serving as a portal for their remarkable achievements while furthering British Columbia's artistic legacy. The Gallery also houses the magnificent works of significant historical artists, including the most extensive collection of the work of Canada's beloved Emily Carr.
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