Homage to the Highest Power… ink and colour on clay.
His Work That All Men May Know… from the ceiling of Rotunda at Royal Ontario Museum.
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Head of a Bodhisattva… Gandhara, possibly Taxila, Pakistan, stucco Kushan Period, 4th - 5th century.
Reflections… off the Royal Ontario Museum building.
From Level 2… highlighting one of four western red cedar totem poles carved by the Nisga’a and Haida peoples of Canada’s Pacific Northwest Coast at Royal Ontario Museum.
March of Humanity from the West… over time. This relief represents the Western Hemisphere over the old entrance to Royal Ontario Museum on Queen’s Park.
March of Humanity from the East… over time. This relief represents the Eastern Hemisphere over the old entrance to Royal Ontario Museum on Queen’s Park.
Kunti… the “Blue Lady” by artist Navjot Altaf is on display at Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
Striding Lion… These rare clay bricks were found in the throne room of Nebuchadnazzar castle in Babylon.
Equestrian Beauty… This cover art is from a 1936 issue of the Canadian Home Journal by artist Rex Woods. Also the artwork is part of a collection of early Canadiana at the ROM.
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