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Museum London

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Museum London
421 Ridout Street
North London, Ontario N6A 5H4
Venue Type: Museum


© Courtesy of Museum London
September 27th - April 12th, 2015 In the Air: Canadian Plein Air Painters
September 20th - January 15th, 2015 A Story of Canadian Art: As told by the Hart House Collection
Andre Bieler, B.C. Binning, Simone Marie Bouchard, Franklin Carmichael, Emily Carr, A.J. Casson, Paraskeva Clark, Charles Comfort, Jacques de Tonnancour, L.L. Fitzgerald, Lawren Harris, Prudence Heward, Edwin Holgate, Bess Housser, Yvonne Housser, Jack Humphrey, A.Y. Jackson, Arthur Lismer, J.E.H. MacDonald, Henri Masson, David Milne, Kathleen Morris, Lilias Newton, George Pepper, Tom Thomson, F.H. Varley, William Weston, W.J. Wood
September 6th - January 11th, 2015 Fellowship and Fine Arts: Artist Associations
Frederic Marlett Bell-Smith, Caroline Farncomb, Yvonne McKague Housser, Farquhar McGillivray Knowles
September 6th - January 11th, 2015 The Peel Family: An Artistic Affair
J.R. Peel, Mildred Peel, Paul Peel
March 9th - February 9th, 2016 Visible Storage Project
Tue-Wed,Fri-Sun 12-5; Thu 12-9
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Museum London is Southwestern Ontario's leading establishment for the collection and presentation of visual art and material culture. Through public and educational programming, special events and exhibitions, Museum London strives to promote the knowledge and enjoyment of regional art, culture and history.

At the heart of a great museum is its collection and Museum London is proud to have one of Canada's most important art collections, and one of the most significant historical artifact collections in Ontario. Our art collection has more than 5,000 regional and Canadian works and our 25,000 artifacts reflect the history of the City of London as an important regional urban centre in Southwestern Ontario.

Museum London was established in 1940, operating from the London Public Library until 1980 when architect Raymond Moriyama was commissioned to design its current home at the forks of the Thames River in downtown London, Ontario. In 1989, the then London Regional Art Gallery amalgamated with the London Historical Museum and the historic Eldon House and Gardens creating what is known today as Museum London.

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