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History of Canadian Art Gallery

Founded in 1945 by painter John Davenall Turner and his wife Grace, Canadian Art Galleries opened as a commercial art gallery in downtown Calgary, Alberta. CAG supported and represented Albertan, Western Canadian and artists from other parts of Canada during 50+ years of continual operation and held the first exhibitions of the Group of Seven in Western Canada.

In 1993 Doug MacLean became the sole owner and in 1999 changed the name to Canadian Art Gallery.


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