The Art Gallery of Northumberland’s collection consists of over 950 works of local, regional, national and international significance, predominantly by Canadian artists.
The Gallery was opened in 1960 but started to look as we know it today in 1983. The historical pieces focus on Northumberland County’s development through portraits of noted citizens, landscapes depicting this area, and other related pieces. There is also a collection of 20th-century paintings, sculptures and works on paper. Overall the AGN maintains one of the best art collections in a small town public Gallery in Ontario.
The AGN maintains an active exhibition program throughout the year, and additional information is available from the Gallery office.