Used by: National Gallery of Canada
Used from: c. 1997-present
Designer: Unknown


The National Gallery of Canada logo is made up of a rectangle standing on its “width” or “breadth”. It is divided in its middle by a shape that forms the outline of the Gallery’s glass-enclosed tower.

Trademark Details

Application numbers: 0924026, 0924027
Filed: 2016-05-02, 2016-05-02
Type: Design Mark
Category: Prohibited Mark; Official Mark

About the National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada was first formed in 1880 and incorporated as a federal Crown corporation in 1990.

The Gallery is a visual arts museum of international stature. Its collection of art is held in trust for all Canadians.