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Last Dog Train Leaving Lower Fort Garry, 1909 by Charles Comfort, 1927

Last Dog Train Leaving Lower Fort Garry, 1909 by Charles Comfort, 1927

Since its founding in 1670, Hudson's Bay Company has amassed an impressive corporate art collection. Consisting predominantly of Canadian works, the collection includes portraits from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, historical calendar paintings, Inuit prints, and sculpture. The collection's rich history makes it unique among corporate art collections in Canada.

 

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His Highness Prince Rupert by Studio of Anthony van Dyck, n.d. - Oil on canvas

His Highness Prince Rupert by Studio of Anthony van Dyck, n.d.
Oil on canvas

Calendar Paintings
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Highlights
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Inuit Art
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Portrait Gallery
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