The largest and finest collection of toy soldiers in a Canadian public institution. Includes British and Commonwealth figures, armies of the world, tanks, cannons, wagons, trucks, motorcycles, and the royal coronation coach of Elizabeth II. 2000+ colour photographs.
In word, portrait, and photograph, Edmund Morris recorded the last generation of nomadic Canadian Plains Indians. In print since 1985, the work illuminates a collection featured in the Daphne Cockwell Gallery of Canada: First Peoples.
Combining interviews with 30 Inuit elders (from the last generation that travelled by dog team and built the nightly igloo), and drawing from historical records of arctic explorers and other keen observers, The Arctic Sky is a memorable journey through the arctic universe.
This study by the Bishop White Curator of Far Eastern Art, Chen Shen, presents the newest research and discoveries at Anyang and Sanxingdui. He conveys as well the romance of archaeology, the human dimension of a vanished world.
This colourful and authoritative guide will enhance any visit to the ROM. Includes photographs, maps, and timelines. Features include the 1905 cast of the Punt Wall from the Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, chronicling a trading expedition to the fabulous land of Punt, probably near present-day Somalia.