Louise Carrier

Louise Carrier

1925-1976

Louise Carrier has left an important and authentic work . It is in the life she led as well as in his art, where sobriety , which can detect any inner wealth woman , Louise Carrier reign . Those who knew her home found the woman , artist, . the poet, the charming woman , deeply human , the one that had the power to drink that life is most true.

The art of Louise Carrier is pure, very mature . His work has escaped the influence of different methods and schools of thought . In her painting was an intimate gesture , modest by which she expressed her love of people and things . Intimate painter , Louise Carrier fixed on the canvas his moods , was projected in the faces she drew .

In this artist ‘s indifference was not his place this éatit a passionate belief that a human being to live , needs to wonder. But the fire that is fueled animated uncertainty , anxiety , despair even dotting one day either way of the artist.

“I made a self -portrait, she wrote in her diary I am distressed about this table What martyrdom painting. . :

1- pleasure of painting best time

2 – exaltation

3 – doubt, feel tired

4 – fatigue , taste destroy

5 – no more discernment, complete blindness , depression, despair

I wish that I could never give up painting . As I would like to express that feeling ! ”

Louise Carrier has a warm work, imbued with tenderness and sweetness.

Jean- Paul Lemieux, friend of the artist , is seduced by the work and personality of Louise Carrier. ” His painting does not make noise , it is very soft, a little melancholy and very much like this frail little woman she was . Professor Louise Carrier in the ’40s , Jean- Paul Lemieux speaks especially of humility the artist and his imperviousness to all the theories he appreciated her home.

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Wilfred Barnes

Wilfred M Barnes
1882-1955
Wilfred Barnes was a member of the “Royal Canadian Academy”. He operated the Barnes School of Art in Montreal Quebec.
His paintings are in the collection of the National Gallery of Canada, The Ottawa Art Gallery and the University of Lethbridge.
Wifred Barnes was born and died in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Wilfred Molson Barnes RCA

Born in Montréal, Barnes studied at the Art bAssociation of Montréal Under William Brymner, Maurice Cullen, and Edmond Dyonnet. He moved to New-York where he studied at the Chase School under  William Chase, K

 

Wifred M. Barnes misty morning

Adam Sherriff Scott

Adam Sherriff Scott

1887-1980

Adam Sherriff Scott was born in Perth, Scotland in 1887. He studied art at the Edinburgh School of Art and immigrated to Canada in 1911 or 1912. He died in Montreal, Quebec in 1980.

He was a portrait painter as well as a landscape artist, but is best-known for his series of historical paintings of Canada, which he executed for Canadian Pacific, Royal Bank, and for the Public Archives of Canada.

He produced oil paintings about Champlain and painted self-portraits and Inuit portraits. He also received a commission for the Royal Bank of Canada in commemoration of the centenary of transatlantic steam navigation.

Adam Sherriff Scott produced paintings, prints, engraving, lithograph and watercolours.

esquimo scene, painter, artist

esquimo scene, painter, artist

Source: Library and archives Canada