Vancouver Art Gallery

VANCOUVER ART GALLERY (VAG) opened at its original site on Georgia St in downtown VANCOUVER on 5 Oct 1931. Years of work had been done by an organizing committee led by Henry A. Stone, a Vancouver businessman, who with Charles H. SCOTT chose the 113 works that formed the first permanent collection. In the mid-1940s a large number of works from the estate of Emily CARR were donated to the gallery and remain in its collection. In 1983 the gallery moved to its present site in the former provincial...

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