Paul-Vanier Beaulieu

Paul-Vanier Beaulieu was born in Saint-Louis Square in Montreal in 1910 and died in 1996. The eldest of eight children, he was initiated to painting by his father, a lawyer and art lover. In 1927, he registered at the École des Beaux-Arts de Montréal where he met Jean-Paul Lemieux and Stanley Cosgrove. In 1938, he was in Montparnasse and was fortunate enough to have a workshop on Campagne-Première Street, a few steps from famous cafés frequented by Picasso, Zadkine, Calvé, Giacometti and hundreds of other artists, among which Canadian artists like Pellan and Dallaire.

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28 March 2019

New Location in Pointe-Claire

 

205 Boul. Brunswick

Pointe-Claire, Qc

H9R 4R7

514-333-8156

18 July 2018

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

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