Agnes Etherington Art Centre

Rembrandt's Head of an Old Man in a Cap.
Rembrandt's "Head of an Old Man in a Cap."

Agnes Etherington Art Centre Debuts National Rembrandt Tour

Campus art museum is first stop on Queen’s-curated tour of famed artist’s works and influences.

rembrant paintings, baptism of the eunuch and head of an old man in a cap
Two works featured in upcoming Leiden circa 1960 Rembrant Emerges exhibition: Jan Georg van Vliet (after Rembrandt van Rijn), The Baptism of the Eunuch (detail) 1631 (L), and Rembrandt van Rijn, Head of an Old Man in a Cap, around 1630 (R).

An Artful Donation

The most prolific donors in Queen’s history have added to their legacy with a gift of just over $1 million (US).

Indigenous frontlet mask made of wood, pain, abalone shell, metal and hide
Kwakwaka'wakw or Ts’msyan (Tsimshian) artist, Frontlet, undated, wood, paint, abalone shell, metal and hide. Gift of Dr. Archibald Malloch, 1910.

New Fund to Support Indigenous Art at the Agnes

A new fund will help the Agnes Etherington Art Centre discover the history behind some of its most important artifacts. 

Inuit prints
Mattiusie Manakudluk (QC 1911-Puvirnituq QC 1968), In Summer They Went Camping, In Winter They Went for Seals, 1968, stone-cut on paper, 27/30. Gift of Margaret McGowan Artsci’78, 2017. Photo by Bernard Clark

Indigenous Art Collection Grows with Generous Donation

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre has received a gift of Inuit prints and a bequest from Margaret McGowan, Artsci’78, and her husband.