LOOKING DOWN ON THE GRANGE, ONE OF OUR OLDEST REMAINING BRICK BUILDINGS

GRANGE1 Built in 1817, The Grange was the first home of the Art Museum of TORONTO (now the Art Gallery of Ontario).  Recently renovated, it’s the twelfth oldest surviving building in the city.

GRANGE2IMAGE ABOVE – “The Grange”, painted ca1840 by British artist Henry Bowyer Lane, (1817-78)

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