Founded in 1977, Moore Gallery was originally located in Hess Village, a trendy Hamilton neighborhood. After 19 years, it ... More
Moore Gallery Ltd.
Founded in 1977, Moore Gallery was originally located in Hess Village, a trendy Hamilton neighborhood. After 19 years, it relocated to its current address in the lively Queen Street West district of Toronto. This gallery primarily features paintings and sculptures by mid-career and senior Canadian artists such as Walter Bachinski, David Barnett, Leon Bellefleur, Ronald Bloore, David Bolduc, Katja Jacobs, Rita Letendre and Milly Ristvedt. The gallery offers private home or office consultations, art appraisals, an interest-free term payment plan and an exchange program.
There's nothing in Arts on King you really need, but there's tons of stuff you won't be able to live
without. Hundreds of handcrafted items, created mostly by Canadian artists, fill the space, located just east of Yonge Street ...
As the capital of Ontario, Toronto is home to the provincial legislative assembly. Completed in 1892, the majestic Richardsonian Romanesque
Legislative Buildings in Queen's Park have served as a meeting place for the Ontario government ever since. You can ...
In existence since 1962, this Yorkville gallery ranks as one of the largest in Canada, with three floors of exhibition
space devoted to works by Canadian and international artists. The gallery prides itself on being able to satisfy the ...
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