The 1975 exhibition: Ottawa Exhibition
Bringing Old Worlds Back to Life
01 Jan 1974
An overview of the functions of the National Gallery of Canada, which not only displays works of art, but also houses a reference library, photo and film library and educational facilities. The National Gallery organizes traveling exhibitions, including the upcoming Canadian Painting in the Thirties, as well as in-house shows. Other services provided include the authentication of works of art for private collectors, as well as the conservation and restoration of works. The story includes quotes by Public Relations Officer Louise Simard and Head of Restoration and Conservation Mervyn Ruggles. It is illustrated with a reproduction of Paraskeva Clark?s painting Self-Portrait.