Over the course of his career Zacharie Vincent produced more than six hundred works, of which only around fifty are known to have survived. He produced paintings and drawings of all kinds, from self-portraits and portraits to landscapes and conventional genre scenes. The works reproduced here present an overview of most of the themes he treated and the techniques he employed. Many of Vincent’s works are undated, which makes the task of establishing a chronology challenging.


  • Zacharie Vincent and His Son Cyprien

    Zacharie Vincent and His Son Cyprien c. 1851

  • Head of a Moose, from Nature

    Head of a Moose, from Nature c. 1855

  • Lake Saint-Charles

    Lake Saint-Charles c. 1860

  • Lorette Falls

    Lorette Falls c. 1860

  • Fire at the Paper Mill in Lorette

    Fire at the Paper Mill in Lorette c. 1862

  • Self-Portrait

    Self-Portrait n.d.

  • Huron Chief Zacharie Vincent Telariolin Painting a Self-Portrait

    Huron Chief Zacharie Vincent Telariolin Painting a Self-Portrait c. 1875

  • Zacharie Vincent Telari-o-lin, Huron Chief and Painter

    Zacharie Vincent Telari-o-lin, Huron Chief and Painter c. 1875–78

  • Tecumseh, Huron

    Tecumseh, Huron n.d.

  • Camp at the Foot of the Mountain

    Camp at the Foot of the Mountain n.d.

  • Snowshoe Maker

    Snowshoe Maker n.d.

  • Two Women with Figure in an Infant Carrier

    Two Women with Figure in an Infant Carrier n.d.

  • Indian Skirmish

    Indian Skirmish n.d.

  • Camp Site (Man with Long Coat)

    Camp Site (Man with Long Coat) n.d.

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