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Digital Subscriptions > Quill & Quire > Jan/Feb 2018 > Scenic view

Scenic view

A formidable new art book pays homage to Canada’s physical landscape
Kim Dorland, French River, 2013. Oil and acrylic on wood panels.

LAST YEAR, Canadian publishers, authors, and artists celebrated the country’s sesquicentennial with a multitude of new books, projects, and installations. But among all this commemoration, curator Victoria Dickenson, former director of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, noticed there did not seem to be enough work honouring the country’s physical landscape and, in particular, the art it has inspired.

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