Funds Awarded — Movable Cultural Property Grants

A list of the Movable Cultural Property Grants that were awarded towards the purchase of cultural property follows below:

Movable Cultural Property Grants, 2012-13

  • Art Gallery of Ontario - drawing, Cadavre Exquis, ca. 1930, by Valentine Hugo, Tristan Tzara, Yves Tanguy, Paul and Nusch Eluard (export appeal 104589): $20,469
  • Reynolds-Alberta Museum - a 1925 DeHavilland Puss Moth aircraft (repatriation): $120,000
  • Chilliwack Museum and Historical Society - the Coote Collection of 12 military medals (repatriation): $1,863
  • Provincial Archives of New Brunswick - an 1813 document, Articles of Agreement with the crew of the privateer "Dart" (repatriation): $2,465
  • Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, University of Toronto - the General James Wolfe Correspondence Archive, 1740-1759 (repatriation): $296,930

Movable Cultural Property Grants, 2011-12

  • Art Gallery of Nova Scotia - The Capture of Louisbourg, c. 1745, oil on canvas by Peter Monamy (patriation): $50,000
  • Canadian Museum of Civilization - the Fog Bell, c. 1906 from the Empress of Ireland (export appeal 68784): $425,000

Movable Cultural Property Grants, 2010 -2011

  • Frederick Horsman Varley Art Gallery of Markham - Untitled, ca. 1947, oil on canvas by Fernand Leduc (repatriation): $42,500.00
  • New Brunswick Museum - a pair of fans, An Indian Village near Fredericton and An Indian Settlement by a River, ca. 1835, by Helen Maria Macdonald Campbell or Helen Maria Campbell Spencer (repatriation): $5,216.21
  • New Brunswick Museum - three architectural drawings and a map commissioned by William Livingstone between 1847 and 1870 (repatriation): $2,700.00
  • National Gallery of Canada - The Ptarmigan Vase: A Monumental Copper Silver and Gold Mokume Vase, ca. 1900-1905 (patriation): $327,756.00
  • Art Gallery of Nova Scotia - Stormy Sea #3, ca. 1936, oil on board by Marsden Hartley (patriation): $134,224.00