National Gallery of Canada
The National Gallery of Canada is located along the historic ByWard Market overlooking the Ottawa River and Canadian Parliament Buildings in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada and is one of Canada’s premier art galleries. The current location opened in 1988 and was designed by architect Moshe Safdie. The Gallery holds Canada’s most extensive collection of Canadian art. The collection is geared toward Canadian art but also holds American and European works as well. There are over 36,000 works in the permanent collection, as well as 125,000 images in the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography. The National Gallery has works by artists such as Van Rijn, Warhol, Wadsworth, Rubens, Baldung, Cezanne, Cardiff, Dali, Pissarro, Klimt, and Van Gogh among many others.