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A Canadian Collection: The Soloway Gift

A Canadian Collection: The Soloway Gift

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Over the second half of the twentieth century, Canadian philanthropist Ruth Soloway quietly built an astounding collection of paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture spanning the 1840s to the 1980s. While exposure to other cultures strengthened her artistic taste, Soloway maintained a Canadian focus in her collection. From naturalistic landscapes of the nineteenth century to the bold views of Emily Carr and David Milne; from avant-garde abstractions by Paul-Emile Borduas and Jean-Paul Riopelle to figurative paintings by Alex Colville and Jean Paul Lemieux, from William Kurelek's Prairie children to Michael Snow's Walking Woman, the collection reveals a deep passion and keen eye for Canadian art.