Paul-Vanier Beaulieu (1910 - 1996)
Woman head, c. 1954
Cosner Art Gallery - Montreal
Oil on canvas
26,7 cm x 21,6 cm / 10,5'' x 8,5''
Signed lower left
From 1954 to 1965, Paul-Vanier Beaulieu and Dr. Max Stern agreed on the exclusivity of the artist at the Dominion Gallery located on Sherbrooke Street. This partnership allows the artist to receive regular income and to continue his stay in Europe.
The human representation is the favorite theme of the artist in the early part of the 1950s, it is also during this period that collectors come to meet the universe of characters of acrobats, entertainers and imagined clowns by the artist. Here, "Woman's Head" is a more sober and more instant portrait. The lack of hat or headdress of the subject differs from the costumed patterns that are more common during this period.
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