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The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria is a public art museum dedicated to the celebration of art. With vision, leadership and scholarship, we will engage and inspire diverse audiences through exhibition, interpretation and stewardship of the...more
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1040 Moss St | (90-minute ferry trip to Vancouver Island), Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4P1, Canada
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The AGGV is quite small, but it manages to host very interesting exhibitions. The chief attraction at the moment if an exhibition places the works of Emily Carr, which are the gallery’s pride and joy, among works by a number of other artists who were...More
I visit the art gallery every few months depending on which exhibits are being featured. Recently saw some excellent landscape exhibits. The art gallery is not huge so does not take too long to cover. I recommend visiting the Shinto shrine in the outdoor area....More
In the area of GREATER VICTORIA you will find the Art Gallery.
This Art Gallery has several paintings from very fine artists.The museum is embedded in a villa of former very rich people.The museum shop is ok.
This quiet little gallery features (among other things) a fascinating exhibition of Emily Carr's work, which includes paintings of Vancouver Island forests. These wonderful views actually come to life on the Gallery's walls. No wonder Carr is Victoria's most famous and appreciated artist.
It’s worth going if you are in Victoria more than a couple days. We walked over after a visit to the Craigdarroch Castle. It’s not a huge collection, but a few interesting pieces. I found it interesting that the had a small section of art...More