“The vision of humanity living within and integral with nature, neither oppressing nor oppressed by it, informs the landscape art of 17th – and 18th - century Europe. A recognition of the healing powers of nature, and its destructive powers if abused, could help us find a new vision for the
A collection of 16th - through 19th - century prints, mainly of rural life, was given by Andrew and Helen Brink, in honour of R. Alexander Brink, who studied chemistry and physics at the Ontario Agricultural College and graduated in 1919, and Edith Margaret Whitelaw Brink, who completed
a domestic science degree in the Macdonald Institute in 1922.
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