Zacharie Vincent Life & Work by Louise Vigneault

Zacharie Vincent’s surviving work is both rare and fragile. It can be found in collections in Quebec, including the Château Ramezay, Musée de la civilisation, and Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. Although the works listed below are held by the following institutions, they may not always be on view.

Château Ramezay

Historic Site and Museum of Montréal
280 Notre Dame Street East
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Zacharie VincentZacharie Vincent Telari-o-lin, Huron Chief and Painter, c. 1875–78
Oil and graphite on paper
92.7 x 70.8 cm

Musée de la civilisation

85 Dalhousie Street
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada 
418-643-2158 or 1-866-710-8031

Zacharie VincentFire at the Paper Mill in Lorette, c. 1862
oil on cardboard
44.4 x 59.4 cm

Zacharie VincentSelf-Portrait, n.d.
oil on cardboard
62.5 x 53 cm

Musée national des beaux-arts
du Québec

National Battlefields Park
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
1-866-220-2150 or 418-643-2150

Zacharie VincentZacharie Vincent and His Son Cyprien, c. 1851
Oil on canvas
48.5 x 41.2 cm
Zacharie Vincent
Head of a Moose, From Nature, c. 1855
Watercolour and graphite on paper mounted on cardboard
16 x 18.1 cm
Zacharie VincentLake Saint-Charles, c. 1860
Oil on canvas
45 x 76.2 cm
Zacharie VincentHuron Chief Zacharie Vincent Telariolin Painting a Self-Portrait, c. 1875
Charcoal on paper
65.4 x 49.6 cm