If the words Canadian art just bring to mind the Group of Seven, it’s time to expand your horizons. This beautiful copper-accented tome covers stunning landscapes, Aboriginal art, portraits and the modernist movement in a visual history of our multi-ethnic culture. From Helen Galloway McNicoll’s romantic beach scenes to the pop art of Serge Lemoyne, there’s something for everyone.
Quebec and Canadian Art: the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’ Collection — Vol. 1, edited by Jacques Des Rochers, $70, mbam.qc.ca.