The Library of Charles Comfort
16 Sep 2009 - 24 Dec 2009
Charles Fraser Comfort was a distinguished Canadian artist who served as Director of the National Gallery of Canada from 1960 to 1965. His long career was marked by friendships with Canadian artists, service abroad as an official war artist and steadfast commitment to artistic practice and teaching. His personal library reflects a multitude of interests and associations, forged during a lifetime devoted to the arts in Canada. Organized by the National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives. Open during Library Reading Room hours.