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Children on a sculpture, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Beaverbrook Art Gallery-Fredericton, New Brunswick
Graham Metson, Highwaysman Kastle,1986

ONE GOOD THING LEADS TO ANOTHER!
Mary Pratt, Entrance, 1979   Experience the richness of late Renaissance painting. Surround yourself with the glories of eighteenth century British portraiture. Explore Canadian history, and be stimulated by provocative contemporary Atlantic Canadian art.
   Gifted to the people of New Brunswick by Lord Beaverbrook in 1959, the Beaverbrook Art Gallery offers everyone an opportunity to discover and explore origin works of art by artists who lived four hundred years ago and by artists who are alive today.
Cornelius Kreighoff, Merrymaking, 1860   The Gallery makes art something everyone can enjoy, telling us about the past and the times in which we live.
   Lord Beaverbrook's gift included the donation of valuable British and Canadian works of art, among them paintings by eighteenth-century British masters such as Reynolds and Gainsborough, and popular Canadian artists such as Cornelius Krieghoff and members of the Group of Seven.

Santiago El Grande, by Salvador Dali

   One of the Gallery's most renowned attractions is our awe-inspiring Santiago El Grande, by the celebrated Spanish artist Salvador Dali.
   This famous painting never fails to impress visitors with its mystery and grandeur. It is one of the finest examples of Dali's religious period, laden with intriguing symbols which visitors enjoy discovering.

A TOUR DE FORCE!
   Lord Beaverbrook's magnificent contribution has inspired the generosity of others. Successive generations of the Aitken, Hosmer-Pillow-VaughanFlemer, and Harrison McCain families have shared their passion for the arts by making substantial gifts to the Gallery. Barr, Flight & Barr Worchester 1807-1813They have added to the Gallery's superb collection of paintings, sculpture, furniture, porcelain, and objets d'art from the fourteenth century to the present. Their contributions have enabled the original building to be expanded twice in thirty years.
    And more exists within these walls! Modern and contemporary Canadian art is increasingly vital at the Gallery. Exciting young artists challenge us with their unique and varied approaches to creating art. By making significant statements about contemporary life through their art, these artists help us interpret our times.
   Experience it all for yourself ...

Yvon Gallant, Aveugles Au Coin St-Denis, Cherrier, Montreal, 1987

EVEN MORE GOOD THINGS!
Phillip Iverson, Night Train, 1991   Canada's cultural community is celebrated and explored through dynamic programming, art exhibitions, lecture and film series, art tours, and special presentations.
    For many of us, our first visit to an art gallery was on a school tour. Today, that tradition continues with our vibrant school tour program, which offers exciting opportunities for young people learning to look at art. Discoveries in art for all ages come about through workshops, art camps, self-guided activities, and special seasonal celebrations for families, such as the annual Open House and the Nutcracker Tea.
   How does all this happen? The Friends of the Gallery, members and volunteers, are its mainstay. Their enthusiasm attracts supporters; their excitement about art inspires children; their talents add flair to special events; and their vision provides for the Gallery's future. Join us and share the experience!

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