Watch the Virtual Opening
In conversation with Elaine Goble
Join the Canadian War Museum’s Dr. Stacey Barker, Historian, Arts and Military History, and artist Elaine Goble for an in-depth conversation about this new exhibition, the artist’s creative process and the inspiration behind her work.
About the Exhibition
Fourteen portraits by artist Elaine Goble capture the personal legacies of the Second World War veterans and survivors she has met throughout her career. These images also testify to the physical, psychological and emotional impacts of the conflict. Some are traumatic, others triumphant, but all are part of the collective legacy of the Second World War.
An exhibition developed by the Canadian War Museum in collaboration with artist Elaine Goble.
Book Your Tickets Online
We are open Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., and until 7 p.m. on Thursdays. Following provincial guidelines, and to ensure a safe and memorable experience for all, we are limiting the number of visitors inside the Museum through timed online ticketing. Please book your timed admission ticket online.
Other safety measures include masks inside the Museum (mandatory for visitors ages 5 and up, but highly recommended for ages 2 and up), signage for physical distancing and increased cleaning.
Admission Fees (tax not included)
- Adult – $17
- Senior – $15
- Student – $13
- Youth (8-12) – $11
- Child (2-7) – $5
- Family (6 pers. – max 2 adults) – $43
- Members – Free
Image at top of page:
Elaine Goble, A Noble Hat, 2001. Beaverbrook Collection of War Art / Canadian War Museum, 20010243-005
Elaine Goble, Normandy Warrior, 2020. Beaverbrook Collection of War Art / Canadian War Museum, 20200359-001
Elaine Goble, She Wears the Bletchley Medal, 2019. Beaverbrook Collection of War Art / Canadian War Museum, 20190297-002