Taras Shevchenko Museum of Canada
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Museum Building

Taras H. Shevchenko
Museum & Memorial
Park Foundation

1614 Bloor St. West
Toronto, Ontario
M6P 1A7
Tel: 416-534-8662
Fax: 416-535-1063


The Art Gallery features the works of prominent Ukrainian artists of the 20th Century, including an interesting collection of oils and watercolours by Mykola Hlushchenko. While the paintings on display are periodically changed, their focus in on works by and about Taras Shevchenko.

Also on display on this gallery is a unique philatelic collection featuring stamps and covers from many countries honouring Shevchenko.

Gilbert Heath, Portrait of Taras Shevchenko
Gilbert Heath (1920 - 1990)
Thoughts of mine, Oil on Canvas

The great poet, ardent patriot, thinker and humanist, Shevchenko, was an outstanding master of Ukrainian painting and graphic art, the founder of critical realism and the folk element in Ukrainian fine arts.

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The Bohdan Church in Subotiv, 1845
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Vidubetsky Monastery, 1844
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Roman-Catholic Church in Kyiv, 1846
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Fire in the Steppe, 1845
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Portrait of the girl with her dog, 1838
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Moonlit night at Kos-Aral, 1849
A. Khumenko, The Mighty Dniper Roars and Bellows
Jeanette Lodoen, Portrait of a woman, 1971
H.Matsehora, Kyiv's Pecherska Lavra
A. Khumenko
The Mighty Dniper Roars and Bellows
Oil on Masonite
Jeanette Lodoen
Portrait of a woman, 1971
Kyiv's Pecherska Lavra
Oil on Canvas


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The Art Gallery is available for rent. Conveniently located (Bloor Street West - Dundus Street West), it can be an excellent show room for everyone who is interested in demonstrating his/her art works. It is an ideal location to create a lasting impression for your exhibition. For more information please call (416) 534-8662 or fax (416) 535-1063. How to reach us.


Prints of Taras Shevchenko's watercolours are available at the Shevchenko Museum. These quality prints would be an excellent gift for Shevchenko art lovers. more...

Collection of Ukrainian handicrafts and folk art
First Ukrainian Immigration to Canada
Shevchenko Stamp Collection
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The son of a serf, Shevchenko became not only an artist and academician of Saint-Petersburg Academy of Art, but one of the most versatile people of 19th century. His paintings and graphics reflect a refined world that did not resemble his own life...(more)


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