Marc-Aurèle Fortin

Marc-Aurèle Fortin was born in Ste. Rose in 1888 and died in 1970 in Macamic, Abitibi. His art is built on two different scenic aspects. The first one is descriptive painting that shows us urban and rural landscapes, rustic objects and portraits. The second one is what he himself calls his ''experiences'?. He often painted Sainte-Hélène Island, the Hochelaga neighbourhood, the Port of Montreal, the large elms of Sainte-Rose, the Bagotville region and the Gaspé peninsula. A museum dedicated to his work, Musée Marc-Aurèle Fortin, is located on Saint-Pierre Street in Old Montreal.

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28 March 2019

New Location in Pointe-Claire


205 Boul. Brunswick

Pointe-Claire, Qc

H9R 4R7


18 July 2018


Please take note that from now on, there will be fees for appraisals of an artwork’s value for insurance...

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