Permanent Collection 81-4, Selections from the Permanent Collection: the D.M. Duncan Bequest
The D.M. Duncan Bequest was made to the Dalhousie Art Gallery in 1970. Douglas Duncan was a major Canadian Art collector and benefactor who died in 1968, and left his collection to the Canadian public. The Gallery featured the drawings of Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald, which it received from this bequest. An exhibition of paintings by two of Canada's best-known artists. The 64 works by Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald and David B. Milne represent part of the gift from Douglas M. Duncan Collection and the Milne-Duncan Bequest to the National Gallery of Canada.
- Publication Credits
- Exhibition Title
- Lionel LeMoine Fitzgerald, David B. Milne
- Mern O'Brien
- Permanent Collection, Drawing, Painting
- Selections from the Permanent Collection: the D.M. Duncan Bequest, 9 July - 13 September 1981