Among the individuals and institutions holding Anthony J. Batten’s work are:

  • H.M. The Queen, The Royal Library, Windsor Castle
  • H.M. Queen Elizabeth – The Queen Mother
  • HRH The Prince of Wales, Highgrove
  • HRH The Duke of York, Buckingham Palace
  • Senator J. Baruch-Silver, Dublin, Eire
  • Royal St. George’s College, Toronto
  • The House of Commons Collection, Parliament Hill
  • The Collection of the Canadian Senate, Parliament Hill
  • Arthur Anderson Ltd. St. Charles, Illinois, U.S.A.
  • City of Toronto Archives, Market Gallery Collection
  • Allstate Insurance Co. of Canada
  • Crown Life Assurance, Calgary, Alberta
  • De Gobeo Holdings, Brandon, Manitoba
  • The Gardiner Museum, Toronto
  • The Government of Ontario Art Collection
  • McMillan and Company, New York
  • Sir Christopher Ondaatje (Pagurian Press)
  • The Lombard Financial Group, Toronto
  • The J. Pattison Group, Vancouver
  • The Provincial Archives of Newfoundland & Labrador
  • Royal Canadian Yacht Club (R.C.Y.C.), Toronto
  • St. John’s College, Cambridge University, U.K.
  • The Imax Corporation, Toronto
  • The Royal Canadian Military Institute, Toronto
  • University Of Toronto Collections
  • Vancouver Maritime Museum
  • Hon. John Black Aird. Frm. Lt. Gov. of Ontario
  • Hon. Hilary Weston. Frm. Lt. Gov. of Ontario
  • Ms. Rita MacNeil
  • Memorial University, St. Johns, Newfoundland
  • Dofasco, Hamilton, Ontario
  • Jurpik Design, Toronto, Ontario
  • Massey Hall – Roy Thomson Hall Foundations, Toronto
  • STELCO, Hamilton, Ontario

House of Commons Chamber, Ottawa
36″ x 48″ acrylic on canvas
One of two canvases by the artist that recently entered the collections of the Canadian Houses of Parliament to celebrate the Sesquicentennial of Confederation.

In the collection of the Gardiner Museum of Ceramic Art in Toronto, Ontario
30″ x 44″ watercolour
The painting is a rendering of the last architectural revisions and additions to the museum site and was created prior to the building being erected. It was exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ontario during their 2007 salute to the art related buildings then being erected in the city.