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Art Gallery of Ontario

A group of citizens founded the Art Museum of Toronto in 1900. It has 68,000 works ranging from the oldest of eras to present day art. It hosts a lot of exhibits and has a very extensive collection of Canadian art. One can see the development of Canada 's history. Canadian art works form a major part of the collection. Works of art from non Canadian artists include Picasso, Rodin, Degas, Van Gogh, Bourdelle, Hals, Anthony van Dyck, Rembrandt van Rijn and many more. Its also has a collection of African art and modern art.

The art gallery has photographs of the world's best photographers such as Josef Sudek. In the Art Gallery of Ontario is the Henry Moore Sculpture Center . It is the largest collection of the works by Moore . He is a British sculptor and his work called “Two Large Forms” can be seen at the museum's entrance. As you discover around the building, you will feel the tension between old and new. From the lobby, you enter a court framed on four sides by the original museum's classical arcades.

For general admission to this distinguished museum, adults are charged $18. Children for $10 and students for $10. Senior citizens can be admitted in the museum for $15. The Art Gallery of Ontario is an art museum on the eastern edge of Toronto 's downtown Chinatown district, on Dundas Street West between McCaul Street and Beverley Street . If you'll take the subway, on the University subway line exit at St. Patrick Station. Along Dundas Street walk one block to the west. The Art Gallery of Ontario's address is 317 Dundas Street West Toronto Canada .
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