Copyright & Credits

 

 

Acknowledgements

From the Author
As curator of the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec I had the privilege of exploring and studying the institution’s rich holdings of the work of the artist Jean Paul Lemieux. My research and publications on Lemieux are greatly indebted to Marie Carani, my doctoral thesis director at the Université Laval, whose indispensable book on the Québecois painter, published in 1992, eloquently documented his contribution to twentieth-century figurative art. Her inspiring work provided the solid base for new research, which I could not have accomplished without the generous and thoughtful support of Yves Lacasse and the prompt, efficient, and perceptive assistance of Nathalie Thibault and Nicole Gastonguay of the MNBAQ.

The great pleasure I had in writing this online book is due in no small measure to the trust that developed between me and Dominique Denis, ACI French-language editor, translator, and editorial director, whose keen understanding and unfailing care were the keys to an exceptional rapport, and the best working relationship any author could wish for. Finally, I would like to thank Laurier Lacroix, John Geoghegan, Sara Angel, Doris Cowan, and Kendra Ward for their invaluable counsel at every stage of this wonderful project.

 

From the Art Canada Institute
This online art book was made possible thanks to BMO Financial Group, Lead Sponsor for the Canadian Online Art Book Project. Much gratitude goes to the Title Sponsor for this publication: The McLean Foundation as well as Title Benefactor: Pierre Lassonde.

The Art Canada Institute gratefully acknowledges the other sponsors for the 2015–16 Season: Aimia, Gluskin Sheff + Associates Inc., the Hal Jackman Foundation, K. James Harrison, Sandra L. Simpson, and TD Bank.

Thanks also to the Art Canada Institute Founding Patrons: Sara and Michael Angel, Jalynn H. Bennett, the Butterfield Family Foundation, David and Vivian Campbell, Albert E. Cummings, Kiki and Ian Delaney, the Fleck Family, Roger and Kevin Garland, the Gershon Iskowitz Foundation, The Scott Griffin Foundation, Michelle Koerner and Kevin Doyle, Phil Lind, Sarah and Tom Milroy, Nancy McCain and Bill Morneau, Gerald Sheff and Shanitha Kachan, Sandra L. Simpson, Pam and Mike Stein, and Robin and David Young; as well as its Founding Partner Patrons: The Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation and Partners in Art.

For their research support and generous contribution of images to this publication, the ACI gratefully acknowledges the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (Shannon Parker); Art Gallery of Ontario (Jim Shedden); Carleton University Art Gallery (Sandra Dyck); Confederation Centre for the Arts (Paige Matthie); Edward P. Taylor Library & Archives (Donald Rance); Gestion A.S.L. (André Michaud); Heffel Canada (Kirbi Pitt); Dr. Heather Hume; McMichael Canadian Art Collection (Janine Butler and Ki-in Wong); Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (Marie-Claude Saia); Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (Véronique Malouin); Musée de la Civilization; Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (Lina Doyon); National Gallery of Canada (Kristin Rothschild, Raven Amiro, and Erica Dole); Public Works and Government Services Canada (Suzie Robitaille); Queen’s University Archives (Heather Home); Dr. Jonathan Rittenhouse; Joan Roberts; Royal Trust Collection (Karen Lawson); University of Toronto (Heather Pigat); and Winnipeg Art Gallery (Nicole Fletcher).


The lines from the song “1910 Remembered,” which appear with the key work Julie and the Universe, are published with the permission of Jean Lapointe and Marcel Lefebvre.

 


 

Image Sources

Every effort has been made to secure permissions for all copyrighted material. The Art Canada Institute will gladly correct any errors or omissions.

 


 

Credits for Banner Images

 

Art Canada Institute, Basil Zarov, photograph of Jean Paul Lemieux painting portrait of Queen Elizabeth, c. 1977
Biography: Jean Paul Lemieux painting portrait of Queen Elizabeth, c. 1977. Fonds Basil Zarov, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (3607395). Photograph by Basil Zarov.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Ursuline Nuns (Les Ursulines), 1951
Key Works: Jean Paul Lemieux, The Ursuline Nuns (Les Ursulines), 1951. (See below for details.)
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Julie and the Universe (Julie et l’univers), 1965
Significance & Critical Issues: Jean Paul Lemieux, Julie and the Universe (Julie et l’univers), 1965. (See below for details.)
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, A Day in the Country (Une journée à la campagne), 1967
Style & Technique: Jean Paul Lemieux, A Day in the Country (Une journée à la campagne), 1967. (See below for details.)
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Ericson Exploring a Montreal Street, 1972
Sources & Resources: Jean Paul Lemieux, Ericson Exploring a Montreal Street, 1972. (See below for details.)
Art Canada Institute, photograph of Jean Paul and Madeleine Lemieux at Lemieux’s 1967 retrospective at the Musée du Québec
Where to See: Jean Paul and Madeleine Lemieux at Lemieux’s 1967 retrospective at the Musée du Québec (now the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec). (See below for details.)

 

Credits for Works by Jean Paul Lemieux

 

Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, 1910 Remembered, 1962
1910 Remembered, 1962. Private collection. Courtesy of Heffel Canada. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Aftermath/La ville détruite, 1968
The Aftermath/La ville détruite, 1968. Private collection. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Afternoon Sunlight (Soleil d’après-midi  ), 1933
Afternoon Sunlight (Soleil d’après-midi  ), 1933. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1934.269). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Anguish (Angoisse), 1988
Anguish (Angoisse), 1988. Private collection. Photograph courtesy of Sotheby’s Inc. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc. 
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Birds I Have Known/Les drôles d’oiseaux que j’ai connus, 1947
The Birds I Have Known/Les drôles d’oiseaux que j’ai connus, 1947. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, gift of Anne Sophie Lemieux, Quebec City, 1999 (no. 40236.5). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Charlevoix, Quebec, c. 1927–35
Charlevoix, Quebec, c. 1927–35. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, gift of Anne Sophie Lemieux, Quebec City, 1999 (40229.1). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Charlottetown Revisited (Charlottetown revisitée), 1964
Charlottetown Revisited (Charlottetown revisitée), 1964. Confederation Centre for the Arts, Charlottetown. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Conversation (La conversation), 1968
The Conversation (La conversation), 1968. Private collection courtesy of Mayberry Fine Art. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Corpus Christi, Quebec City (La Fête-Dieu à Québec), 1944
Corpus Christi, Quebec City (La Fête-Dieu à Québec), 1944. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1945.41). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, A Day in the Country (Une journée à la campagne), 1967
A Day in the Country (Une journée à la campagne), 1967. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, legacy of Marcel Carbotte (1989.157). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Death on a Clear Morning (La mort par un clair matin), 1963
Death on a Clear Morning (La mort par un clair matin), 1963. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (2004.172). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Design for Cigarette Advertisement, c. 1929
Design for Cigarette Advertisement, c. 1929. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, gift of Anne Sophie Lemieux, Quebec City, 1999 (no. 40230.12r). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Dies Irae, 1982–83
Dies Irae, 1982–83. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, gift in memory of Jean Paul (1997.68). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Study for “The Disciples of Emmaus” (Étude pour “Les disciples d’Emmaüs”), 1940
Study for “The Disciples of Emmaus” (Étude pour “Les disciples d’Emmaüs”), 1940. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift from the collection of Jean Paul Lemieux (2000.300). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Ericson Exploring a Montreal Street, 1972
Ericson Exploring a Montreal Street, 1972. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, gift of Anne Sophie Lemieux, Quebec City, 1999 (no. 40239.3). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Evening Visitor (Le visiteur du soir), 1956
The Evening Visitor (Le visiteur du soir), 1956, National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 6504). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Express (Le rapide), 1968
The Express (Le rapide), 1968. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift from the estate of Gabrielle Bertrand (1999.323). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Far West (Le Far West), 1955
The Far West (Le Far West), 1955. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (1959.1205). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Fates (Les Parques), 1962
The Fates (Les Parques), 1962. Winnipeg Art Gallery, gift from the collection of George P. and Lola M. Kidd (2000-89). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Funeral, c. 1916–28
Funeral, c. 1916–28. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, gift of Anne Sophie Lemieux, Quebec City, 1999 (no. 40224.21). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, 1979
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, 1979. Public Works and Government Services Canada. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, January in Quebec City (Janvier à Québec), 1965
January in Quebec City (Janvier à Québec), 1965. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, gift of Kyra Montagu, Jane Glassco, John L. Gordon, in memory of their mother, Mrs. Walter Gordon, 1995 (95/159). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Julie and the Universe (Julie et l’univers), 1965
Julie and the Universe (Julie et l’univers), 1965. Collection Pierre Lassonde. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Lake Moorhen (Le Lac de la Grande Poule d’eau), 1971
Lake Moorhen (Le Lac de la Grande Poule d’eau), 1971. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, legacy of Marcel Carbotte (1989.294.04). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, L’Action Catholique, 1945
L’Action Catholique, 1945. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 23853). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Landscape, Eastern Townships (Paysage des Cantons-de-l’Est), 1936
Landscape, Eastern Townships (Paysage des Cantons-de-l’Est), 1936. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1938.26). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Lazarus (Lazare), 1941
Lazarus (Lazare), 1941. Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto (2574). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Marine, Bay St. Paul (Marine, Baie Saint-Paul  ), 1935
Marine, Bay St. Paul (Marine, Baie Saint-Paul  ), 1935. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, gift in memory of V. Elizabeth (Betty) Maxwell (2014.272). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Melancholy, c. 1932
Melancholy, c. 1932. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, gift of Anne Sophie Lemieux, Quebec City, 1999 (no. 40232.2). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Mid-Lent Festival (Les mi-carêmes), 1962
Mid-Lent Festival (Les mi-carêmes), 1962. The Andrée Rhéaume Fitzhenry and Robert Fitzhenry Collection courtesy of the McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Noon Train (Le train de midi), 1956
The Noon Train (Le train de midi), 1956. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 6913). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Nude, 1942
Nude, 1942. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, gift of Guy Roberge, Montreal, 1965 (no. 14691). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Ocean Wind (Vent de mer), 1963
Ocean Wind (Vent de mer), 1963. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, anonymous gift (1988.125). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Orphan (L’orpheline), 1956
The Orphan (L’orpheline), 1956. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 6684). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Our Lady Protecting Quebec City (Notre Dame protégeant Québec), 1942
Our Lady Protecting Quebec City (Notre Dame protégeant Québec), 1942. Séminaire de Québec, Quebec City. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Port-au-Persil, 1950
Port-au-Persil, 1950. Private collection. Courtesy of Heffel Canada. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Portrait of the Artist at Beauport-Est (Portrait de l’artiste à Beauport-Est), 1943
Portrait of the Artist at Beauport-Est (Portrait de l’artiste à Beauport-Est), 1943. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift from the collection of Jean Paul Lemieux (1997.137). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Preparatory sketch for “Québec (projet de peinture murale),” 1949
Preparatory sketch for “Québec (projet de peinture murale),” 1949. Collection of her royal majesty Queen Elizabeth II. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Promenade des Anglais in Nice (La promenade des Anglais à Nice), c. 1954–55
The Promenade des Anglais in Nice (La promenade des Anglais à Nice), c. 1954–55. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift of Daniel Fournier and Caroline Drouin (1998.24). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Quebec City Is Burning (Québec brûle), 1967
Quebec City Is Burning (Québec brûle), 1967. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift with charge from the Sofin family (2008.10). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Priests’ Promenade (La promenade des prêtres), 1958
The Priests’ Promenade (La promenade des prêtres), 1958. Collection Pierre Lassonde. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Red Sweater (Le chandail rouge), 1958
The Red Sweater (Le chandail rouge), 1958. Hart House, University of Toronto. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Rider in the Snow, 1967
Rider in the Snow, 1967. Private collection. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Self-portrait (Autoportrait), 1974
Self-portrait (Autoportrait), 1974, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (2001.01). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Snow-covered City (Ville enneigée), 1963
Snow-covered City (Ville enneigée), 1963. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1963.85). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Untitled (Soldier) (Sans titre [Soldat]  ), 1982
Untitled (Soldier) (Sans titre [Soldat]  ), 1982. Private collection, courtesy of Heffel Canada. © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Study for “Corpus Christi, Quebec City” (Étude pour “La Fête-Dieu à Québec”), c. 1944
Study for “Corpus Christi, Quebec City” (Étude pour “La Fête-Dieu à Québec”), c. 1944. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift from the collection of Jean Paul Lemieux (1997.136). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Study for “The Ursuline Nuns” (Étude pour “Les Ursulines”), 1951
Study for “The Ursuline Nuns” (Étude pour “Les Ursulines”), 1951. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift with charge in memory of Amiot Jolicœur (2011.189). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Summer in Montreal (L’été à Montréal), 1959
Summer in Montreal (L’été à Montréal), 1959. Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal (A 77 39 P 1). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Summer of 1914 (L’été de 1914), 1965
Summer of 1914 (L’été de 1914), 1965. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift with charge of Jean and Françoise Faucher (2007.16). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Those Beautiful Days (Les beaux jours), 1937
Those Beautiful Days (Les beaux jours), 1937. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift from the collection of Jean Paul Lemieux (1997.134). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, Turned Towards the Cosmos (Tourné vers le cosmos), c. 1980–85
Turned Towards the Cosmos (Tourné vers le cosmos), c. 1980–85. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift from the collection of Jean Paul Lemieux (1997.135). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Ursuline Nuns (Les Ursulines), 1951
The Ursuline Nuns (Les Ursulines), 1951. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1952.20). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Village Meeting (L’assemblée), 1936
The Village Meeting (L’assemblée), 1936. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City, gift from the collection of Jean Paul Lemieux (2000.243). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jean Paul Lemieux, The Visit, 1967
The Visit, 1967. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 15245). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.

 

Credits for Photographs and Works by Other Artists

 

Art Canada Institute, photograph of 1984 Canada Day Stamps by Jean Paul Lemieux
1984 Canada Day Stamps by Jean Paul Lemieux. © Canada Post. 
Art Canada Institute, Grant Wood, American Gothic, 1930
American Gothic, 1930, by Grant Wood. Art Institute of Chicago, Friends of American Art Collection (1930.934).
Art Canada Institute, photograph of “A New Modern Setting in Montreal,” by Jean Paul Lemieux. Technique: Revue industrielle/Industrial Review, Montreal, vol. 10, no. 9
“A New Modern Setting in Montreal,” by Jean Paul Lemieux. Technique: Revue industrielle/Industrial Review, Montreal, vol. 10, no. 9 (November 1935), 444.
Art Canada Institute, A.Y. Jackson, A Quebec Farm, c. 1930
A Quebec Farm, c. 1930, by A.Y. Jackson. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Vincent Massey Bequest, 1968 (no. 15481). © Courtesy of Carleton University Art Gallery.
Art Canada Institute, Alfred Pellan, Desire in the Light of the Moon (Désir au clair de la lune), 1937
Desire in the Light of the Moon (Désir au clair de la lune), 1937, by Alfred Pellan. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 6109). © Estate of Alfred Pellan / SODRAC.
Art Canada Institute, Goodridge Roberts, Hillside, Lake Alphonse, 1942
Hillside, Lake Alphonse, 1942, by Goodridge Roberts. McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario (1984.20).
Art Canada Institute, Illustration by Jean Paul Lemieux from Robert Choquette’s La pension Leblanc (1927)
Illustration by Jean Paul Lemieux from Robert Choquette’s La pension Leblanc (1927). Montreal and New York: Les éditions du Mercure. 
Art Canada Institute, Illustration by Jean Paul Lemieux from Robert Choquette’s La pension Leblanc (1927)
Illustration by Jean Paul Lemieux from Robert Choquette’s La pension Leblanc (1927). Montreal-New York: Les éditions du Mercure.
Art Canada Institute, Marie Carani, Jean Paul Lemieux, 1992
Jean Paul Lemieux, by Marie Carani (Quebec City: Musée du Québec/Les Publications du Québec, 1992). Exhibition catalogue.
Art Canada Institute, photograph of Jean Paul Lemieux and Guy Viau, 1967
Jean Paul Lemieux and Guy Viau, 1967. National Gallery of Canada Library & Archives, Ottawa.
Art Canada Institute, photograph of Madeleine and Jean Paul Lemieux on their wedding day, 1937
Madeleine and Jean Paul Lemieux on their wedding day, 1937. Fonds Jean Paul Lemieux et Madeleine Des Rosiers, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (3607389).
Art Canada Institute, photograph of Jean Paul Lemieux in front of a pathway in Charlevoix
Jean Paul Lemieux in front of a pathway in Charlevoix. Fonds Jean Paul Lemieux et Madeleine Des Rosiers, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (3607393).
Art Canada Institute, Rosemary Gilliat Eaton, photograph of Jean Paul Lemieux in winter, Quebec, c. 1955–63
Jean Paul Lemieux in winter, Quebec, c. 1955–63. Rosemary Gilliat Eaton Fonds, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (4316752). Photograph by Rosemary Gilliat Eaton.
Art Canada Institute, Guy Robert, Jean Paul Lemieux, la poétique de la souvenance, 1968
Jean Paul Lemieux, la poétique de la souvenance by Guy Robert (Quebec City: Éditions Garneau, 1968).
Art Canada Institute, photograph of Jean Paul Lemieux with his brother at the Kent House hotel, c. 1910
Jean Paul Lemieux with his brother at the Kent House hotel, c. 1910. Fonds Jean Paul Lemieux et Madeleine Des Rosiers, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (3607384). 
Art Canada Institute, Basil Zarov, photograph of Jean Paul Lemieux writing on a sketchpad, 1977
Jean Paul Lemieux writing on a sketchpad, 1977. Fonds Basil Zarov, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (3596183). Photography by Basil Zarov.
Art Canada Institute, photograph of  Leaders of the Federation of Canadian Artists at a meeting in Toronto in May 1942
Leaders of the Federation of Canadian Artists at a meeting in Toronto in May 1942. André Biéler Fonds, Queens University Archives.
Art Canada Institute, photograph of Lemieux and his students during the Saturday drawing classes, 1948
Lemieux and his students during the Saturday drawing classes, 1948. Fonds Jean Paul Lemieux et Madeleine Des Rosiers, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (3607382).
Art Canada Institute, Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté, Passing Shadows, Nicolet River (Les ombres qui passent, rivière Nicolet), 1925
Passing Shadows, Nicolet River (Les ombres qui passent, rivière Nicolet), 1925, by Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1934.14). 
Art Canada Institute, photograph of Madeleine and Jean Paul Lemieux at Lemieux’s 1967 retrospective at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec
Madeleine and Jean Paul Lemieux at Lemieux’s 1967 retrospective at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. Courtesy Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City.
Art Canada Institute, Lilias Torrance Newton, Martha, c. 1938
Martha, c. 1938, by Lilias Torrance Newton. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1940.13). © National Gallery of Canada.
Art Canada Institute, Madeleine Des Rosiers, Port-au-Saumon—Cap au Saumon North Shore, St. Lawrence River, Que., c. 1937
Port-au-Saumon—Cap au Saumon North Shore, St. Lawrence River, Que., c. 1937, by Madeleine Des Rosiers. Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax, gift of Cdr. and Mrs. C. Anthony Law (1994.22). © Gestion A.S.L. Inc.
Art Canada Institute, Jori Smith, Portrait of Jean Paul Lemieux, c. 1932
Portrait of Jean Paul Lemieux, c. 1932, by Jori Smith. Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Quebec City (1992.115). © Estate of Jori Smith.
Art Canada Institute, “Quebec City and the Arts” by Jean Paul Lemieux. Canadian Art, December 1947
“Quebec City and the Arts” by Jean Paul Lemieux. Canadian Art, December 1947, 108–11.
Art Canada Institute, Edvard Munch, The Scream, 1893
The Scream, 1893, by Edvard Munch. National Gallery, Oslo. 
Art Canada Institute, Edwin Holgate, The Spinning Wheel, 1928
The Spinning Wheel, 1928, by Edwin Holgate. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 18260). © Estate of Edwin Holgate, Jonathan Rittenhouse, executor. 
Art Canada Institute, Maurice Denis, Springtime, c. 1894–99
Springtime, c. 1894–99, by Maurice Denis. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, gift of David Allen Devrishian, 1999 (1999.180.2a,b).
Art Canada Institute, photograph of students of the École des beaux-arts de Montréal, c. 1927
Students of the École des beaux-arts de Montréal, c. 1927. Fonds Jean Paul Lemieux et Madeleine Des Rosiers, Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa (3612641).
Art Canada Institute, Paul-Émile Borduas, Untitled, 1954
Untitled, 1954, by Paul-Émile Borduas. National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa (no. 38562). © Estate of Paul-Émile Borduas / SODRAC.
Art Canada Institute, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Young Girl Bathing, 1892
Young Girl Bathing, 1892, by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Robert Lehman Collection, 1975 (1975.1.199).

 

Book Credits

 

Publisher

Sara Angel


Executive Editor

Kendra Ward


French Editorial Director

Dominique Denis


Image Research Director

John Geoghegan


Digital Layout Manager

Simone Wharton


Editor

Dominique Denis


Copy Editor

Mélissa Dufour 


English Proofreader

Judy Phillips 


French Proofreader

Marie-Camille Lalande 


Translator

Doris Cowan


Layout Associate (English)

Emily Derr


Layout Associates (French)

Natalie Doak

Alicia Peres

 

Design Template
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ISBN 978-1-4871-0081-0

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Library and Archives Canada Cataloguing in Publication

Grandbois, Michèle, 1954-
[Jean Paul Lemieux. English]
Jean Paul Lemieux : life & work / Michèle Grandbois ; translator, Doris Cowan.


Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: Biography — Key works — Significance & critical issues — Style &
technique — Sources & resources — Where to see.
Electronic monograph. 
ISBN 978-1-4871-0082-7 (pdf). —ISBN 978-1-4871-0080-3 (epub)

 

1. Lemieux, Jean-Paul, 1904-1990.  2. Lemieux, Jean-Paul, 1904-1990—Criticism
and interpretation.  3. Painters—Québec (Province)—Biography. I. Art Canada Institute,
issuing body  II. Title.  III. Title: Jean Paul Lemieux. English

 

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