The All-Union Art Museum was a museum in Victoria, the capital of the North American Union. The building's exterior was modeled after the Roman Temple of Concord.[1] Among other collections, the museum had an extensive collection of art made by the Haida tribe from the Queen Charlotte Islands.[2]

In 1995, The Two Georges painting was loaned to the All-Union Art Museum from Britain for a tour of the NAU, and placed in the Heritage Room. Dr. Kathleen Flannery of the Museum was the head curator for the tour.[3]


  1. The Two Georges, p. 370, HC.
  2. Ibid., pg. 107, mpb.
  3. Ibid., pgs. 22-24, mpb.