The Gallery is home to one of the most comprehensive collections of Japanese art in Canada, historical collections featuring Canadian and international works, and exceptional contemporary art.
Peacock on a tree limb with branches of blossoms. Colour: multi-colour
roughly rectangular outline with one hollowed out rounded end with knob. Other end has a large rectangular perforation with a wooden reel and metal crank inserted in it.
A building on top of a hill.
Bowl is of green translucent glass and has straight tapering sides decorated with slight dimpling or indentations. Base is indented upwards.
Square ivory seal with tiger finial with a low relief fan on its back, and base with signed poem
Carving of two Uighur girls wearing pigtails and white dresses and each holding high a copy of Mao's red book, all on a small curved base.
Rorund mustard yellow bowl.
cream; scalloped rim with pierced decoration towards well
Bottle is ovoid shaped with a short straight neck and fitted rounded matching stopper. Entire bottle and stopper are carved in floral motif.
White saucer dish decorated in overglaze enamels with flowers and a grasshopper.
Blue on white;round;double band blue border pattern;central crest; Crest-Bailey of Co. Wicklow, Ireland; Motto: Quid Clarius Astris
cream, yellow, orange & pale pink arch shapes
One of a set of "on scene" sketches produced by the artist when he appeared as a "artist ghost" in the film "Keyhole, 2011", by Canadian director Guy Maddin.
Standing figure of Lan Caihe holding with both hands, a basket at his right shoulder proper. There are two knots of hair at the sides of his head and his garments are flowing. Colour: black
Two panel work: Panel A: solid purple colour; Panel B: small white right pattern on black
Side A depicts an archer in a blue robe and black hat. Side B depicts two men bleeding a pig.
Colour: red, green & black inks
tracing of the design
An unusual white-glazed saucer, moulded with a shou medallion within a lotus meander.
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