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Anse St-Jean - Saguenay
Oil on canvas
12 x 16 inches
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Charlevoix
Oil on canvas
12 x 16 inches
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Baie St-Paul
Oil on canvas
16 x 20 inches
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Pied des monts
Acrylic
10 x 12 inches
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Réflexion d'automne
Oil on canvas board
12 x 16 inches
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Sur la rivière St-Nicholas
Oil on canvas board
12 x 16 inches
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Fruits et passions
Oil on canvas
16 x 20 inches
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Village de St-Hilarion
Oil on canvas
12 x 16 inches
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Lac au dégel
OPil on canvas
12 x 16 inches
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Village sous la neige
Oil on canvas
11 x 14 inches
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Fin du jour - Frelighsburg
Oil
8 x 10 inches
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Beaver Dam
Oil
8 x 10 inches
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Basse-Côte-Nord
Oil
10 x 40 inches
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St-Joseph-de-la-Rive
Oil
11 x 14 inches
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Au bord de l'eau
Oil
11 x 14 inches
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La Maison bleue
Oil
8 x 10 inches
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Lac Allard - Basse Côte Nord
oil
16 x 20 inches
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Île Grand Mannan, N.B.
oil
12 x 16 inches
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Harrington Harbour
Oil
12 x 16 inches
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Port au Persil
oil
11 x 14 inches
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Automne à l'Anse St-Jean
oil
12 x 16 inches
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Les Éboulements
oil
16 x 20 inches
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Au village de St-Hilarion
oil
16 x 20 inches
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Village du Mont-Carmel - Bas St-Laurent
oil on board
12 x 16 inches
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Louis Tremblay

Louis Tremblay (1949)

Media : Oil, pastel, watercolour, charcoal.

Louis Tremblay was born in Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec, in 1949. He attended the University of Quebec in Chicoutimi (1980-85) and furthered his studies in Art History at Laval University in Quebec City (1985-86 and 1991). Although Louis Tremblay is a self-taught painter, he grew up in a milieu that led him to paint at a very young age: "I spent my youth with my parents who were great art enthusiasts." Tremblay's father developed a close friendship with painter René Richard, whose encouragement and support gave Tremblay the confidence to launch his artistic career.

In 1969, he was the recipient of the Grand Prix du Symposium de Baie-Saint-Paul, a six-week trip to France. Tremblay quickly established his reputation by holding thirty exhibitions throughout Quebec. He is a member of the Institute of Figurative Artists.

Tremblay works with different media and his subjects include semi-abstract landscapes, and rural scenes, particularly the regions of Baie-Saint-Paul, Kamouraska and Gaspesie. Tremblay developed a personal, contemporary mastery of figurative painting that often borders on the abstract.

Collections:

Tremblay's works can be found in the following major collections: City of Quebec, Alcan Canada, Pratt & Whitney, The French Consulate General in Quebec City, Power Corporation, Cooperative Desjardins, IBM, Scotia Bank and Intergaz in Toronto.