Presented by the Art Gallery of Hamilton
Explore the searchable online exhibit for the Art Gallery of Hamilton (AGH) permanent collection. Over 10,000 objects strong and more than 100 years in the making, the AGH permanent collection is one of the finest in Canada. Recognized for its significance, breadth, and depth, the collection is core to our history and identity. Distinguished through a great number of iconic works, including Alex Colville’s "Horse and Train," William Kurelek’s "This is the Nemesis," and William Blair Bruce’s "Phantom Hunter," the AGH online collection will inspire and delight.
Image: Carr, Emily (Canadian, 1871-1945), Sunshine and Tumult, 1939, oil on paper, 87 x 57.1 cm (34 1/4 x 22 1/2 in.). Bequest of H. S. Southam, Esq., CMG, LL.D, 1966.
Virtual Tours & Digital Exhibitions
Presented by the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Presented by China Institute
Virtually tour the permanent exhibits of the Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum (PPHM) through a new interactive website that features 360 degree images and detailed information spots and videos about the exhibits. The "Virtually Anywhere" tours provide another way for PPHM to be accessible to visitors, as they can visit 15 different locations throughout the museum easily from their computer or mobile device while diving into specially marked artifacts for a look at the extensive PPHM collection.
Image: Isabel Robinson, A Home in the Land of the Sky, 1927, watercolor on paper. Photo courtesy of Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum.