Pictorial artifacts that humanize an artist Feeaturing 128 paintings and drawings, until April 2000 – and fifty years after presenting its first Jean Philippe Dallaire exhibition – the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts https://www.absolutearts.com/artsnews/2000/03/02/26296.html showed its second retrospective of that remarkably talented artist and about his contribution to Canadian art history. Set up chronologically according to Discoveries of youth, The …Read More »
Setting a new fashion in nudism away from French decadence Obviously, you absolutely cannot miss trying its traditional dish called poutine. Stop in Bonsecours Market (its oldest and the biggest market). If you want to discover the French province of Canada, this is definitely a place to start, because Montreal https://www.timeout.com/montreal/things-to-do/best-things-to-do-in-montreal is the biggest city in Quebec Region. Vieux Montreal …Read More »
OPPORTUNITY TO TRY DIFFERENT STYLES – Prudence Heward: Self-contained women, and gazes meeting those of the viewer
Painting women independent and at times defiant Displayed in four pavilions, you too can admire paintings and sculptures, photographs and decorative art objects. It now numbers over 43,000 works (from Antiquity to today), making it unique in Canada. Founded in 1860 the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts https://www.mbam.qc.ca/en/, was one of the first museums in North America to build up …Read More »
WHEN YOU PAINT THE VOICE OF THE TREES – Emily Carr: The turbulent story of a genius everyone laughed at.
The woman who painted what the forest told her. Its tourist activities include surfing and fishing, whale and bear watching watching, camping and biking, swimming. Ucluelet http://ucluelet.ca/ is on a peninsula on the west coast of Vancouver Island (British Columbia). In the indigenous Nootka language, Ucluelet means people of the safe harbour. During the Full moon weekend of July, the …Read More »