No Shortage of Art

May 18, 2017

Not to be outshone by the nearby luxurious enclave of designer boutiques, high-end restaurants, and lavish hotels, is the assortment of artwork reminiscent of the renaissance accessible to 321 Davenport.The wealth of art found in the local galleries is a strong indication of the cultural vigour within the Annex/Yorkville neighbourhood.

Here is a list of some impressive galleries within the area:


Mayberry Fine art is a national fine art appraiser and art dealership with over 38 years experience. Helping others create valuable collections of Canadian art, Mayberry Fine Art specializes in paintings by the Canadian Group of Seven, Canada’s post-war artists and leading Canadian contemporary artists.

Alfred Casson


Located in Yorkville’s famous gallery district on Hazelton, Ingram is a contemporary art gallery opened in 1988. With an impressive 5000 square foot size, Ingram gallery includes both a library and a shop.

Daniel Hughes


Leonardo gallery specialize n the promotion and presentation of contemporary Canadian painting, drawing, printmaking, and photography. They also provide custom framing, art restoration and, art appraisals, cataloguing and damage assessments.

Susan Donati


Also located in the famous Yorkville gallery district of Hazleton, Mira Godard Gallery is a three storied exhibition space bursting with contemporary Canadian and international art. As one of Canada’s largest commercial art galleries, it features paintings, sculptures, original prints, and photographs.

 Fabian Jean

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