Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB Photos

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery was a gift to New Brunswick from Lord Beaverbrook (Sir Max Aitken). A Canadian & British newspaper publisher, Beaverbrook is remembered for having harnessed Britain's factories to war production as part of Churchill's cabinet. The museum's collection includes modern paintings, decorative arts & Canadian art.

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Four Horses by Max Streicher loom over Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Lord Beaverbrook by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Study of Lord Beaverbrook by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Santiago el Grande by Salvador Dalí is signature painting of Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Four Horses (2003) by Max Streicher loom over Beaverbrook Art Gallery (1958). Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Lord Beaverbrook (1951) by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Study of Lord Beaverbrook (1950) by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Santiago el Grande (1957) by Salvador Dalí is signature painting of Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Detail of Santiago el Grande by Salvador Dalí at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Lucretia by Lucas Cranach the Elder at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Abigail Belcher 1756 by John Singleton Copley at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Penitent St. Jerome by follower of Jusepe de Ribera at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Detail of Santiago el Grande by Salvador Dalí at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Lucretia (c1530) by Lucas Cranach the Elder at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Abigail Belcher 1756 by John Singleton Copley at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Penitent St. Jerome (19th C) by follower of Jusepe de Ribera at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Portrait of Mrs. John Thomson & son Baron Sydenham to become Governor General of British North America by Sir Thomas Lawrence at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Grey Day 1935 by Alexander Young Jackson at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I by Nicholas Hilliard at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Sir Winston Churchill in Garter Robes by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Portrait (c1806) of Mrs. John Thomson & son Baron Sydenham to become Governor General of British North America by Sir Thomas Lawrence at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Grey Day 1935 by Alexander Young Jackson at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I by Nicholas Hilliard at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Portrait of Sir Winston Churchill in Garter Robes (1955) by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Study of Sir Winston Churchill by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Porcelain collection at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Dr. Wall Worcester cup & saucer at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Newhall cup & saucer at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Study of Sir Winston Churchill (1954) by Graham Vivian Sutherland at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Porcelain collection at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Dr. Wall Worcester cup & saucer (c1765) at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Newhall cup & saucer (c1820) at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Bow long platter with Chinese themes at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Dr. Wall Worcester scalloped plate at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Minton shell-shaped fruit dish at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Coalport shell-shaped dish at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.
Bow long platter with Chinese themes (c1760) at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Dr. Wall Worcester scalloped plate (c1760) at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Minton shell-shaped fruit dish (c1800) at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.Coalport shell-shaped dish (c1825) at Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Fredericton, NB.

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