COUTRE is the Bader Curator and Researcher of European Art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
, Queen's University.
The exhibition Urban Images: Canadian Painting, originating at Kingston's Agnes Etherington Art Centre
and visiting Toronto, Windsor, Montreal and Halifax in 1990 and early 1991, was a pioneering project, the first comprehensive effort to explore the image of the city in Canadian pictorial art.
Over the past 20 years, Alfred and Isabel Bader have donated European paintings by old masters to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
at Queen's University, Kingston, Ont.
Artists at Work: Picturing Practice in the European Tradition was on view at Queen's University's Agnes Etherington Art Centre
during the spring, summer, and fall of this year.
Reproduced here is a selection of quilts on display in the exhibition Log Cabin: A Canadian Quilt, at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
. The exhibition features quilts from the Agnes's Heritage Quilt Collection, along with special historical and contemporary works from other collections.
This magnificent collection has been given to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
at Queen's, and it continues to tell a fascinating story.
(10) For fifty years, he has been true to his desire to endow Queen's with a first-class collection, (11) and to make the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
the finest art museum at a Canadian university.
The road trip is a favourite Canadian pastime, and in this photo essay the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
invites the viewer to travel coast-to-coast-to-coast with Alan Caswell Collier (1911-1990) to celebrate Canada's sesquicentennial.
The version in the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
is a copy after an original by Van Oostsanen, now in Dessau; this is visible in the simplified landscape and the less fluid movement of the figures.
AT the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
at Queen's University, a unique Canadian locus for the study and enjoyment of Dutch and Flemish paintings from this remarkable period is forming, with the Bader Collection.
His work also has been widely exhibited in public and commercial galleries, including the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
at Queen's University and the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Art.
Their gifts of Old Masters paintings, including a Rembrandt, have made the Agnes Etherington Art Centre
's collection the finest university collection in Canada.