A Quiet Gallery Devoted to Inuit Art in Toronto

This is the Toronto-Dominion Gallery of Inuit Art, which includes 200 pieces of exceptionally fine Inuit art

Most of the pieces on display were produced between the end of World War II and 1967 and were part of a collection created to celebrate the bank’s centennial. The collection (now greatly reduced in size) includes many carvings, a few prints, and a number of other objects.

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