Past Exhibitions


Campbell Scott: Confusion to Tension
The Group of Seven Project: Franz Johnston
In Black and White: The Art of Etching
Memorials to the Great War Dead


Josh Silburt: Artist in Turbulent Times
Cartoons, Caricatures, and Satirical Prints
Avant La Lettre: Canadian Landscape before the Group
Arthur Lismer: The Artist as Teacher
Treasures of the Weir Collection


John Abrams: Land Mark Combine
Female Self-Representation and the Public Trust: Mary E. Wrinch and the AGW Collection, Organized and Circulated by the Art Gallery of Windsor
A Childish View: Scenes of Childhood from the RiverBrink Collection
It Takes Two: Artists and Models


Sam Weir, The Consummate Collector
Norval Morrisseau: Journey with a Genius
Augustus John, Works on Paper
Inunoo, ‘of-the-People’: Inuit Carpets and Drawings
A Private Collection of Inuit Sculpture
Marine Art: Work, Play and Peril
Bloomsbury in Niagara-On-The-Lake
The Battle of Lake Erie
Nineteenth-Century Views of the War of 1812-14 


RiverBrink’s War of 1812
Portraits from the Collection
A Circle of Friends: The Canadian Art Club
Scenes of Martyrdom: The Death of Wolfe


Off The Wall: Art Treasures From Niagara Collections
Sam’s Ladies
France In Art
Canadian History in Portraits
Niagara Falls and Queenston
The Group of Seven and Contemporaries
Suzor-Coté at RiverBrink


The Hallmark Canada Fine Art Collection
Augustus John
Tarrapin Tower
Group Of Seven
Historic Niagara Falls Views
Historic Maps


Cornelius Krieghoff
Franklin Carmichael
Niagara Falls
Group of Seven
L.J. Cranstone
British 18th Century
On Stage
Bronzes by Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté


The Canadian Association of New York Collection
Niagara: History in Art Prints of Niagara Falls from the collection of the Castellani Art Museum at Niagara University
British Twentieth Century Drawings
The Simcoes
Homer Watson
Tom Thomson and The Group of Seven
Canadian Classics
Niagara Falls
Old Master Prints
Quebec 1759
Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté