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Toronto Art Galleries, the best in the world, featuring international artists from around the globe in the most multicultural city in history. The logo is "Julie #1", a painting by Toronto international artist Charles Moffat. All artists who live in Toronto (or have lived in Toronto) are welcome to join. Artists from all over Ontario and the rest of Canada are welcome to promote their work here.
 

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   L I L I T H A D L E R Preview Go
1961-2000: Jewish-American artist Lilith Adler died at the height of her artistic career. She left behind a collection of her more famous art pieces (the more controversial ones), and with them she left behind writings/musings on individual pieces and topics. In life she was a staunch supporter of people thinking for themselves, lesbian/gay marriages, feminism and women's rights.
   The Lilith Gallery of Toronto Preview Go
Feminist, political and controversial art by international and Canadian artists.
   Fear Americans - The Series Preview Go
Seven Art Videos about American Violence & War. Guns, death and destruction. Its the American Way of Life!


   How to Draw People Preview Go
"Anyone can learn how to draw if they simply practice drawing. The so-called 'naturally artistic' people simply have had more practice." - Charles Alexander Moffat, Canadian Artist.
   The Top Ten Great Canadian Artists: Bertram Brooker Preview Go
Scandalous! It was 1931 in Toronto the Good, and a painting by Bertram Brooker was removed from the annual OSA exhibition by officers of the Art Gallery of Toronto. Nudes. Bertram Brooker had sent off a painting of nudes for exhibit—two nudes in one painting. Toronto quivered, shuddered, took it down. Small surprise Brooker wrote the now famous essay "Nudes and Prudes".
   Why I HATE the Group of Seven Preview Go
Why bother with landscapes when you can see artwork by Bertram Brooker, Joyce Wieland, Daphne Odjig, Norval Morrisseau, Floria Sigismondi and Jonathan Earl Bowser??? Art commentary by Suzanne MacNevin.
   Gothic Culture is a Biproduct of Post-Modernism Preview Go
Toronto's goth community and its artwork a product of postmodernism?
   An Overview of Feminist Artists of the 20th Century Preview Go
Photography by Cindy Sherman, Lorna Simpson and Victoria Van Dyke. Paintings by Joyce Wieland, Frida Kahlo and Jennifer Linton. Sculptures by Kiki Smith and Judy Chicago.
   Paintings of Lilith Preview Go
A collection of paintings by Charles Alexander Moffat, the foremost painter of Lilith in the entire world.
   Un Lego Soldier dans le Champagne Preview Go
"I find that photographers have a negative view on life. They just don't have a positive lens on the landscape around them. They tend to see things in black and white." - Charles Alexander Moffat.






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