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Circular Staircase, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, architect, Frank Gehry

National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh.

Landscape with Christ and Saint Peter.

Goffredo (Gottfried) Wals (c1590-c1638).

Oil on copper, c1630-38.


This painting’s circular composition and evocative Italian landscape are typical of Wals, although somewhat unusually for him, he included two figures in the foreground. Although it is supposed that the figures are Christ and Saint John the Baptist, the lack of any narrative makes this identification uncertain. The figures might possibly be apostles or Christ and Saint Peter. Wals seemed to reject narrative in most of his paintings, concentrating instead on the landscape and the buildings that populate it, as well as the effects of light. In this painting, the building on the far bank of the river may be based on the Tor di Quinto on the Tiber near Rome.

Circular Staircase, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, architect, Frank Gehry

Poses by U&T Poses

Umshlanga Barbosa & Tintin Tuxing


je t'aime moi non plus Giggle!!

come try the poses out, it is an adult community

One of the art galleries in Plymouth. I originally shot this on B/W film but thought I'd shoot a digital too, as it will be some time before the film is finished ready to develop, I thought I'd share this.


One Reason why it is not a good idea to bring a dSLR with you when shooting film, however I needed it to meter the light for the camera as I gave back the loan meter which didn't belong to me and the shop had been good to lend it for so long!

I have made that pic for the COLORE Art Gallery


"Si les arbres parlaient "_ World's End Garden 2

Circular Staircase, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, architect, Frank Gehry

Tripod can not be used in the gallery. I had to use a chair to take those shots ;).


The Art Gallery of New South Wales is the leading museum of art in New South Wales and Sydney, and one of Australia's foremost cultural institutions. It holds significant collections of Australian, European and Asian art, and presents nearly forty exhibitions annually.

I've been involved with this museum during the past year or so and I'd recommend anyone to visit. Apart from having an eclectic collection of objects and stuffed animals, there's an excellent licensed café and art gallery- and an interesting programme of events. A lovely house in a parkland setting with great views over the valley.

A gallery rep told me this was the best place to photograph this staircase . I cropped out what I thought was dead space , Also cropped it to center the curves .

i've lived in Glasgow for years and never went inside this place. i was very impressed

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My Digit@lART | The ART Gallery of life...


Quante volte la nostra vita può essere a colori... o in scala di grigi...

La nostra stessa vita è un'infinita galleria... ricca di opere d'arte...

momenti indimenticabili, che parlano di noi...

talvolta a colori...

talvolta in bianco e nero...


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The parent organization of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery is the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, founded in 1862. It is one of the oldest public arts institutions in the United States. In 1890, Buffalo entrepreneur and philanthropist, John J. Albright, a wealthy Buffalo industrialist, began the construction of the Albright Art Gallery for the Academy. The building was designed by prominent local architect Edward Brodhead Green. It was originally intended to be used as the Fine Arts Pavilion for the Pan-American Exposition in 1901, but delays in its construction caused it to remain uncompleted until 1905.

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Vancouver art gallery at night.

litho crayon & wash - 150mm x 100mm


Oriel Bangor Museum & Art Gallery

Open Art Show - Aberystwyth Arts Centre


Night time view of the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool after the rain had stopped giving it a slight reflection on the cobbles

Kouklia, Cyprus

This is looking up at the ceiling in Canada's National Art Gallery in Ottawa.

Vancouver Art Gallery


Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania

This is one of the corridors of the P&O Pacific Pearl cruise ship. And this is the art gallery end. Quite small but there are some magnificent paintings and drawings. All for sale. I loved walking through here.

Recently there has been an art gallery built along Lake Ginninderra across from Westfield Belconnen. This is a sunset taken across from the gallery of the lake. Taken with my Canon 550D.


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This is part of a photographer exhibition, I think mostly local photographers, Worth a look,

Braved the crowds at the reopened Whitworth Art Gallery. Well worth a trip though.

The Art Gallery of Ontario (AGO) (Musée des beaux-arts de l'Ontario) is an art museum in Toronto's Downtown Grange Park district, on Dundas Street West between McCaul Street and Beverley Street.


Its collection includes more than 80,000 works spanning the 1st century to the present day. The gallery has 45,000 square metres (480,000 sq ft) of physical space, making it one of the largest galleries in North America.


Also famous for Frank Genry's design on breathing fresh air in an old building.

The Gallery is available for Art Exhibitions, no payment is required.

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Brisbane's Art Gallery

This superb and ornate building is the Kelvingrove art gallery and museum and is located within the west end of Glasgow. It is seen here during the blue hour with partial illumination.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum lit up red as part of the centenary of the armistice of WW1.

ABC Weather Vic

Have some clouds and the view from the mural to the Art Gallery

Rene Martens

A more dramatic shot of the art gallery, and now we also see The Bonnier Tower behind it.


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Architect (for latest renovation): Frank Gehry (2004)

Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Native son Frank Gehry was commissioned to provide some cohesion into what was a bit of a hodgepodge of successive additions and remodels to this gallery over the past century or so.


This spiral staircase that passes up through and continues above the enclosed glass ceiling of the atrium is one of the defining features of Gehry's remodel.


My intrepid (and very patient) tour guide can be seen on the stairs here. He deserves a blue ribbon, as well.




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