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Worthwhile Canadian Art

Can a Twitter account of Canadian paintings save the country?

“Vanquished” Emily Carr, 1930. Image via Wikimedia Commons.

If you want to know a country, look at its art. This is the advice the curator of the Twitter account @CanadianPaintings once gave as a tour guide in Europe. It’s advice she now thinks Canadians might well consider taking, too. But that’s not why she first started the Twitter account, just to be clear.




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