Nature morte aux fruits
Here is an excerpt from the following article: Leblond, J.-C. (1996). Paul Vanier Beaulieu: Pleasure of Being / Mont Saint-Hilaire Art Museum 150, rue du Center civique Mont-Saint-Hilaire. Vie des arts, 40 (163), 38–39. In the article, the author describes another still life, titled Les Fraises, 1955. This quote is still relevant to the work available here.
"One could say that Paul Beaulieu is essentially a French painter. His work belongs to the School of Paris. His inspiration draws from this source. During the fifties, his work was refined. The strawberries, from 1955, bear witness to this trajectory which leads to the essential. In this composition reduced to its simplest expression, the chromatic values ??and contrasts furnish, so to speak, the pictorial space. The fruits are sketched furtively. We are no longer in the order of representation , but in that of the statement. He no longer says. He suggests. "
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Paul-Vanier Beaulieu (1910 - 1996)
Nature morte aux fruits, 1955
Cosner Art Gallery - Montreal
Oil on canvas
Post-War Canadian art
Dimensions: 83,8 cm x 96,5 cm | 33'' x 38'' / with frame: 100 cm x 116,4 cm / 39,7'' x 46''
Signed lower right