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The Grange in Art

April 20 to June 30, 2002

The Grange in Art

attributed to H.B. Lane
The Grange
c. 1835
Watercolour, unsigned
©2002 Art Gallery of Ontario

Throughout its 185 year history, The Grange has been a significant landmark in Toronto. Built in 1817, it is the oldest remaining brick house in Toronto and the first home of the Art Gallery of Ontario. Artists captured The Grange in paintings and drawings at many different times during its history. These works, from the AGO collection, are being shown as part of the AGO Centennial Celebrations. During your visit to the AGO, we invite you the visit The Grange and see the restored interior of this National Historic Site.

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