L’Atelier-Galerie A.Piroir est un espace de travail et d’exposition dédié à l’art imprimé / The A.Piroir Studio-Gallery is specialized in the creation and exhibition of fineartprintmaking
 

francis bacon

Francis Bacon was born in 1909 in Dublin, Ireland. He grew up both in Ireland and the United Kingdom where he spent most of his adult life. Widely renowned for his portraits and depictions of the human figure, Bacon is undoubtedly one of the greatest painters of the twentieth century. Both classical and modern influences converge in his paintings which present visceral depictions of physicality combined with a powerful, often angst-ridden, psychological component.

His work, received with both unease and acclaim in the early forties, would later be purchased by many major museums, including the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the Tate Gallery in London. In 1954, Bacon shared the British pavilion at the Venice Biennale with artists Lucian Freud and Ben Nicholson. By the 1970’s and 1980’s major exhibitions and retrospectives of Bacon’s work were being presented in France, Mexico, Venezuela, Spain, Japan, the USA and the USSR. Francis Bacon died in 1992 while on a visit to Madrid, Spain.

 

1976 | 38 x 29 cm | Editor Georges Visat

 

Julius baltazar

Born in Paris in 1949, Julius Baltazar was noticed in his youth by Salvador Dali who took the budding artist under his wing and encouraged him to pursue his artistic career.

The works of Julius Baltazar, a mix of printmaking and painting, usually feature elements of intaglio printing, ink drawing and Arlequin pencil. A deep interest in literature led the artist to illustrate over three hundred works of poetry. The artist's work is featured in many important public collections in Canada, Spain, Belgium, Switzerland, Japan and France.

 


Untitled 6

2000 | 56 x 38 cm | Etching and painted chine | 17 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Untitled 5

2000 | 56 x 38 cm | Etching and painted chine | 17 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Untitled 3

2000 | 56 x 38 cm | Etching and painted chine | 17 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Untitled 1

2000 | 56 x 38 cm | Etching and painted chine | 17 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Untitled 4

2000 | 56 x 38 cm | Etching and painted chine | 17 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Untitled 2

2000 | 56 x 38 cm | Etching and painted chine | 17 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

 

hans beLLmer

Hans Bellmer was born in Kattowitz, then part of the German empire, on the 13rd of March 1902. The artist is best known for creating life-sized sculptures of erotic dolls. Historians also consider him a surrealist photographer.

His dolls are a statement on the cult of the female body, a popular theme in Nazi Germany. However, his response was to cut up, mutilate and present the dolls in unconventional poses. The Nazis declared his work as «degenerate» and he was forced to leave the country. He relocates to Paris where his work is accepted especially by the surrealists who appreciate the themes of sexuality and feminine beauty.

Bellmer spends the rest of his life in Paris and replaces doll making with etchings and erotic drawings. He also explores printmaking, photography and painting while retaining the theme of explicit sexuality, especially in young women.

 

32 x 25 cm | Burin | Editor Georges Visat

 

Louis-pierre bougie

Louis-Pierre Bougie was born in Trois Rivieres in 1946 and studied in France at l'Atelier Champfleury and also with Lacourière and Frélaut.

He actively participates in the development of printmaking in Quebec by opening up his private Montreal studio to visitors around the world. He is also a founding member of l'Atelier Circulaire in Montreal. His work is part of many public and private collections in France and Canada and he has won many prizes for his talent as a printmaker.

 

Untitled 1

1995 | 66 x 42 cm | Lithography | 4 prints

Untitled 2

1995 | 66 x 42 cm | Lithography | 4 prints

Untitled 3

1995 | 66 x 42 cm | Lithography | 4 prints

Tourbillon

1991 | 50 x 65cm | Aquatint and chine collé | 50 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Tête blanche

1997 | 65 x 50 cm | Drypoint, eau-forte et chine collé | 30 prints

Nature morte

1991 | 50 x 65cm | Aquatint and chine collé | 50 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Deux têtes

2001 | 65 x 50 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 30 prints

Chers enfants

1991 | 50 x 65cm | Aquatint and chine collé | 50 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

 

guillaume brisson-darveau

Guillaume Brisson-Darveau lives in Montreal and holds a Master's degree in Visual Arts from Laval University (Quebec, Canada)  He also began a Ph.D. program in Arts Studies and Practices last year at the UQAM (Montreal, Canada). His work was presented in Canada, Germany, Chile, Switzerland, Scotland, Spain and Japan.  Notably as part of the exhibition Dobles de proximidad at Museo de Arte Contemporáneo (2018, Chile), Art Souterrain (2017, Canada), the NEoN Digital Arts Festival (2016, Scotland) and through his collaborations at nachtspeicher23 (2018, Germany), Diagonale (2013, Canada) and Arprim (2012, Canada). He was involved in numerous artist residencies in Canada and abroad, such as Atelier Mondial (Switzerland, 2018), Est-Nord-Est (2016, Canada) and the Banff Center (2015, Canada). His work has received support by the Canada Council for the Arts and the Conseil des Arts et Lettres du Québec in the last years.

 
The moon and the sledgehammer    2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints    This work is a collaboration between Guillaume Brisson-Darveau and  Lucy May Schofield   After graduating from London College of Printing in 2002, I was awarded a 2 year funded residency at Manchester School of Art, where I also worked as an Associate Lecturer until 2010. In 2011 I relocated to Japan, where my interest in printmaking developed. As joint recipient of a British Council International development award in 2015, I initiated a collaborative project at IMPACT 9 Printmaking Conference in China. The project traveled to Southern Graphics Conference International (SGCI) in Portland, USA in 2016. Later that year I was awarded a one year residency with VARC (Visual Artists in Rural Communities), in a remote part of Northumberland where I am still currently based.   Residencies at Hospitalfield in Scotland, Kala Art Institute in California and NES in Northern Iceland have informed a collaborative approach to research and developed an exploration in durational work in combination with printmaking. Works are held in public and private collections including Tate Britain, Yale Center for British Art, Stanford University, Chelsea College of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, State Library of Queensland and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Recent work has been presented at Art Toronto, The London Art Fair and The University of Hawaii, where I was joint-recipient of the Awagami Paper Prize.

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

This work is a collaboration between Guillaume Brisson-Darveau and Lucy May Schofield

After graduating from London College of Printing in 2002, I was awarded a 2 year funded residency at Manchester School of Art, where I also worked as an Associate Lecturer until 2010. In 2011 I relocated to Japan, where my interest in printmaking developed. As joint recipient of a British Council International development award in 2015, I initiated a collaborative project at IMPACT 9 Printmaking Conference in China. The project traveled to Southern Graphics Conference International (SGCI) in Portland, USA in 2016. Later that year I was awarded a one year residency with VARC (Visual Artists in Rural Communities), in a remote part of Northumberland where I am still currently based.

Residencies at Hospitalfield in Scotland, Kala Art Institute in California and NES in Northern Iceland have informed a collaborative approach to research and developed an exploration in durational work in combination with printmaking. Works are held in public and private collections including Tate Britain, Yale Center for British Art, Stanford University, Chelsea College of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University, State Library of Queensland and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Recent work has been presented at Art Toronto, The London Art Fair and The University of Hawaii, where I was joint-recipient of the Awagami Paper Prize.

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer    2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer    2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles   2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles

2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer    2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles   2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles

2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles   2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles

2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

The moon and the sledgehammer    2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer    2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

The moon and the sledgehammer

2016 | 39 x 28 cm | Serigraphy, woodcut and chine collé | 6 prints

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles   2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

La Méta-Guerre des étoiles

2014 | 100 x 90 cm | Serigraphy | 3 exemplaires

 

Vieira Da Silva

Maria Helena Vieira da Silva was born in Lisbon, Portugal on the 13th of June 1908. Early on, she developed an interest in drawing and painting and was enrolled in the city’s Academia de Belas-Arteswhere she was to study until her teenage years. Afterwards, she studied painting with Fernand Léger, sculpture with Antoine Bourdelle and etching with Stanley William Hayter, all masters in their respective fields.

By the time she was 22, she was exhibiting her work in Paris. Her compositions, largely influenced by Cézanne, are complex, dense and evoke the spatial ambiguities of cubism. Her work in the 40’s and 50’s reflects the essence of Post-war Paris. The artist portrays the city in profile and from bird’s eye views, often creating mazes and masses of people.

She becomes a French citizen in 1956. She is also the first woman to receive the Grand Prix National des Arts in 1966 and in 1979 is named Chevalier of the Legion of Honor. Vieira da Silva died in Paris on the 6thof March 1992.

1976 | 38 x 29cm | Sugar and aquatint | Editor Georges Visat

 

frédéric desaulniers

Frédéric Desaulniers was born in St-Hubert, Québec in 1979. He has been making printed works since 1996 and is a member of the Atelier Circulaire as well as the Quebec printmakers Council.

His realistic approach focuses on the diversity of the african fauna. The animals are rendered with realistic and rich details, truly celebrating the majectic aspect of nature. His work is featured in many public and private collections in Quebec.

 

Noir et blanc

2007 | 44 x 35cm | Etching and drypoint | 30 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Afrique

2007 | 44 x 35cm | Etching and drypoint | 30 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Fenêtre sur l'afrique

2007 | 56 x 76cm | Aquatint, etching and drypoint | 40 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Seul

2007 | 56 x 76cm | Aquatint, etching and drypoint | 60 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

 

CYNTHIA DINAN-Michell

Cynthia Dinan-Mitchell holds a Bachelor's degree in Visual Arts from Concordia University (2002) and a Master's degree in Visual Arts from Laval University (2007). She has exhibited her work throughout Canada in a variety of galleries and artists’ centres, including Montreal, Quebec and Jonquières. 

 

Untitled 1

2012 | 50 x 56 cm | Silkscreen | 20 prints

Untitled 2

2012 | 50 x 56 cm | Silkscreen | 20 prints

Untitled 3

2012 | 50 x 56 cm | Silkscreen | 20 prints

Untitled 4

2012 | 50 x 56 cm | Silkscreen | 20 prints

Untitled 5

2012 | 50 x 56 cm | Silkscreen | 20 prints

 

pierre durette

Pierre Durette received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Université du Québec à Montréal in 2006. As a student, his print media work earned him the Grand Prix Albert Dumouchel in 2004 and he was the winner of the Projet Insertion contest at Atelier Graff in 2005.

The artist’s works have been included in many exhibitions in Quebec and Ontario, most notably at the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and at The Power Plant in Toronto. Recipient of the Marcel Bellerive grant for excellence, Pierre Durette received a project grant from the Conseil des Arts et Lettres du Québec in 2009. Originally from Causapscal in the Gaspé region.

 

Babel 15

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints

Babel 16

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints

Babel 14

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints

Babel 13

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints

Babel 12

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints

Babel 18

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints

Babel 20

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 15 prints

Babel 21

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 15 prints

Goodbye

2015 | 13 x 15 cm | Photolithography | 15 prints

Babel 17

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints

Babel 24

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 15 prints

Babel 22

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 15 prints

Welcome

2015 | 13 x 15 cm | Photolithography | 15 prints

Babel 19

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 15 prints

Babel 23

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 15 prints

Babel 25

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 15 prints

Welcome 2

2015 | 19 x 15 cm | Photolithography | 15 prints

 

Catherine Farish

Catherine Farish is originally from London, England. She received a diploma from l'École des Beaux Arts de Montréal as well as a bachelor of fine arts from Concordia in 1983. To complete her studies in etching, she went to Paris and was a student at l'atelier Le Blanc.

The artist has had over 25 solo shows abd has also been part of numerous collective shows across North America, Europe and Asia. Her works are also part of numerous collections in Canada and the United States.

 

Night scribbles 1

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Roulage | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Day scribbles 1

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Chine collé and intaglio | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Night scribbles 2

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Roulage | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Day scribbles 2

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Chine collé and intaglio | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Scribbles 1

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Drypoint and chine collé | 20 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Simon Blais

Scribbles 2

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Chine collé and roulage | 30 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Scribbles 3

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Chine collé and roulage | 20 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Simon Blais

Scribbles 4

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Chine collé and roulage | 20 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Simon Blais

Scribbles 5

2009 | 55 x 52cm | Chine collé and roulage | 20 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Notation / Balmy Night

2013 | 56 x 53 cm | Monotype

Notation / Night Landscape

2013 | 56 x 53 cm | Monotype

Binary / Wilhelm Tell

2012 | 53 x 127 cm | Monotype

Notation / Underwater

2013 | 56 x 53 cm | Monotype

Binary / I Ching

2012 | 53 x 127 cm | Monotype

Notation / Balmy Night

2013 | 56 x 53 cm | Monotype

Prince of the Night 1

2011 | 107 x 171 cm | Monotype

Prince of the Night 2

2011 | 107 x 171 cm | Monotype

Binary: A Maiden's Prayer

2012 | 53 x 127 cm | Monotype

 

Marc Garneau

Born in Thetford Mines in 1956, Marc Garneau has been practising printmaking and painting for more than 40 years in Montreal, where he lives and works. His work has been featured in about 60 solo exhibitions and is included in important public collections, including the Musée d’art contemporain de Montréal and the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. He was awarded the Grand Prix de la Biennale du dessin, de l’estampe et du papier matière du Québec. 

 

Hier

2002 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum and drypoint

Mehn

2002 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum and drypoint

Unten

2002 | 29 x 38 cm | Carborundum and drypoint

Haben Su?

2002 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum and drypoint

Schnell

2002 | 29 x 38 cm | Carborundum and drypoint

#193

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#95

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#47

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#189

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#201

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#52

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#97

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#157.1

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#109

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#72

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#84

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#184

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

#204

2004 | 38 x 29 cm | Carborundum | 1 print

 

valérie guimond

There are no translations available

Valérie Guimond est chargée de cours et technicienne en estampe à l’Université du Québec à Trois-Rivière. Elle a donné des conférences et workshops sur l’estampe, entre autre à São Paulo au Brésil, à Tuxtla Guttiérez au Mexique et à Lièges en Belgique. Ses œuvres ont été exposées dans diverses expositions solo et collectives au Canada, au Brésil, en Belgique, en Chine, en Serbie, au Danemark, en Bulgarie, au Mexique et ailleurs. Certaines font partie de collections importantes, comme la Collection of Print Triennal of ULUS à Belgrade, en Serbie.

 

Ma panse de béton II

2015 | 113 x 38 cm | Serigraphy | 4 prints

L'exil

2015 | 33 x 51 cm | Serigraphie, woodcut and eau-forte | 5 prints

Défricher mes batailles III

2014 | 30 x 30 cm | Woodcut | 14 prints

Défricher mes batailles III    2014 | 30 x 30 cm | Woodcut | 14 prints

Défricher mes batailles III

2014 | 30 x 30 cm | Woodcut | 14 prints

Défricher mes batailles II

2014 | 30 x 30 cm | Woodcut | 14 prints

Greffer un agneau

1013 | 38 x 28 cm | Serigraphy et lithography | 5 prints

Va où tu vas

2013 | 16 x 15 cm | Serigraphy et woodcut | 20 prints

La princesse à la souche cousue

2014 | 15 x 10 cm | Serigraphie | 240 prints

Les yeux en mortadelle

2009 | 53 x 113 cm | Serigraphy and eau-forte | 10 prints

Batman

2015 | 113 x 77 cm | Serigraphy | 3 prints

Ma panse de béton II

2015 | 113 x 38 cm | Serigraphy | 4 prints

Première heure VII

2006 | 38 x 51 cm | Lithography | 4 prints

Défricher mes batailles II    2014 | 30 x 30 cm | Woodcut | 14 prints

Défricher mes batailles II

2014 | 30 x 30 cm | Woodcut | 14 prints

Défricher mes batailles II

2014 | 30 x 30 cm | Woodcut | 14 prints

Telle une candide

2006 | 90 x 60 cm | Eau-forte, dry point and chine collé

Érosion XII

2012 | 101 x 66 cm | Serigraphy | 4 exemplaires

Mon image de pacotille

2014 | 76 x 57 cm | Serigraphy | 4 prints

Capitain America

2014 | 113 x 77 cm | Serigraphie | 3 prints

 

John Heward

There are no translations available

John Heward est né le 31 juillet 1934 à Montréal et mort dans la même ville le 6 novembre 2018. Diplômé de l’Université Bishops, récipiendaire du prix Paul-Émile Borduas en 2012, Heward a participé au cours de sa carrière à de nombreuses expositions collectives, au Canada et aux États-Unis, en plus d’avoir l’honneur d’exposition solo à Paris, Atlanta, Calgary et Toronto.

 

Flux 4

2014 | 120 x 80 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé

Flux 2

2014 | 120 x 80 cm | Eaux forte, chine collé and hand enhanced | 1 print

Untitled

2003 | 40 x 50 cm | Eau-forte | 12 prints

Flux 6

2014 | 120 x 80 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé

Untitled

2007 | 65 x 50 cm | Eau-forte | 10 prints

Untitled

2006 | 57 x 38 cm | Eau-forte and dry point | 1 print

Flux 6

2014 | 120 x 80 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé

Untitled

2003 | 45 x 38 cm | Eau-forte | 12 prints

Untitled

2006 | 57 x 38 cm | Eau-forte and dry point | 1 print

 

Saskia Jetten

There are no translations available

D’origine néerlandaise, Saskia Jetten est aujourd’hui installée au Canada, en Colombie Britannique. Elle a exposé en Europe, au Canada, aux États-Unis et en Chine et s’est mérité en 2012 le Prix Atelier-Galerie A.Piroir à la Biennale internationale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivière. Elle est également récipiendaire du prix Grafiek Nu 10 aux Pays-Bas.

 

Garment for a fair lady (diptych)

2016 | 62 x 72 cm | Lithography | Monotype

Untitled

2016 | 42 x 40 cm | Lithography and embroidery | 2 prints

 

lucie jolicoeur-côté

In 1991, after having explored painting and drawing, Lucie Jolicoeur Côté turned towards etching. Enamoured by l'eau-forte, she studied the techniqueat the Saidye Bronfman center in Montreal as well as in Urbino, Italy.

Lucie Jolicoeur Coté is a member of Atelier Circulaire and ARPRIM. Her works are shown in Canada and internationally and are part of numerous collections.

 

Fleuve

2012 | 61 x 50 cm | Eau-forte, chine and cut plates | 10 prints

A duetto

2012 | 54 x 38 cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 15 prints

Nouvelle vague

2007 | 76 x 57 cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 25 prints

Fantasia

2008 | 76 x 56cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 20 prints

Blues

2011 | 66 x 56cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 20 prints

Concertation

2013 | 66 x 47 cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 15 prints

Infinità

2008 | 66 x 51cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 25 prints

Liberazione

2012 | 65 x 50 cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 10 prints

À tire d’aile

2007 | 76 x 57cm | Eau-forte, chine and cut plate | 25 prints

Envolée

2008 | 76 x 56cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 25 prints

Semplicemente

2008 | 66 x 50cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 25 prints

Interaction

2008 | 66 x 51 cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 15 prints

Présence

2014 | 51 x 40 cm | Drypoint and mezzotint | 15 prints

Sons harmonieux

2007 | 76 x 57 cm | Mezzotint, eau-forte and cut plates | 20 prints

Entente

2009 | 66 x 50cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 25 prints

Ouverture

2012 | 71 x 55 cm | Eau-forte and cut plates | 10 prints

Le printemps

2014 | 35 x 28 cm | Drypoint and mezzotint | 15 prints

 

harold klunder

Born in the Netherlands in 1943 Harold Klunder immigrated to Canada in 1952. After studying at the Central Technical School in Toronto, his first solo exhibition in 1976 launched a painting career that has stemmed over three decades.

Worked on over a period of several years, Harold Klunder’s paintings use a rich visual vocabulary to touch upon notions of duration and transformation, of biology, autobiography, history and myth. At the core of every work, according to the artist, is the necessity to address the human experience. In recent years Klunder has created a large body of work centered around the theme of the self-portrait.

Widely exhibited throughout Canada, Harold Klunder’s works are also part of many major collections, including the National Gallery of Canada, the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts and the Art Gallery of Ontario.

 

Montreal, self-portrait IX

2011 | 106 x 100cm | Collagraphie and chine collé | 20 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Montreal, self-portrait IX

2011 | 106 x 100cm | Collagraphie and chine collé | 20 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

III

2007 | 106 x 100cm | Eau-forte | 10 prints

II

2007 | 106 x 100cm | Eau-forte | 10 prints

I

2007 | 106 x 100cm | Eau-forte | 10 prints

Montreal, self-portrait VII

2011 | 110 x 60cm | Collagraphie | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Montreal, self-portrait V

2011 | 65 x 63cm | Collagraphie | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Montreal, self-portrait III

2011 | 65 x 63cm | Collagraphie | 20 exemplaires | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Montreal, self-portrait VI

2011 | 110 x 60cm | Collagraphie | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Montreal, self-portrait IV

2011 | 65 x 63cm | Collagraphie | 20 exemplaires | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Montreal, self-portrait VIII

2011 | 110 x 60cm | Collagraphie | 20 prints | Éditor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Montreal, self-portrait II

2011 | 65 x 63cm | Collagraphie | 20 exemplaires | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

 

Janne laine

Né en 1970, Janne Laine vit et œuvre à Tampere, en Finlande. Il a travaillé plus de vingt-cinq ans au Graphic Workshop Himmelblau où il a acquis le statut de maître graveur en 2006. Il a participé à des expositions collectives dans une quarantaine de pays et a bénéficié d’expositions solo plus d’une cinquantaine de fois en Finlande, en Islande, en Suède, en Norvège, au Canada, en Belgique et en Corée du Sud. Il est récipiendaire de divers prix, notamment à la Biennale international d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières.    

 

Reconstructed Memory

2018 | 65 x 105 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 3 prints

Reconstructed Memory

2018 | 65 x 105 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 3 prints

Reconstructed Memory

2018 | 65 x 105 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 3 prints

Shimmering Darkness

2011 | 64 x 85 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 32 prints

Nocturne I

2016 | 50 x 65 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Sarastus

2019 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Towards Home

2016 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Calm

2017 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Veil in Between

2015 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

The Unknown

2016 | 64 x 85 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 16 prints

Nocturne II

2016 | 50 x 65 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Misty Island II

2016 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Observer

2016 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Glow

2016 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Revelation

2016 | 45 x 40 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Infinite

2016 | 64 x 85 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 16 prints

Hidden Path

2016 | 45 x 40 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Echo

2019 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Misty Island V

2016 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Misty Island IV

2016 | 40 x 50 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

Night Light

2016 | 45 x 40 cm | rotogravure et aquatint | 48 prints

 

Jean-pierre larocque

Born in Montreal in 1953, Jean-Pierre Larocque studied drawing and printmaking at the Université du Québec à Montréal before pursuing studies in ceramics at Concordia University and the Alfred University of New York, from which he received an MFA in 1988.

While living and teaching for over ten years in the United States, the artist travelled repeatedly to Europe and Asia. Having shown his work extensively in North America as well as being included in many public and private collections, Larocque was selected to present a major solo exhibition in 2006 to inaugurate the new contemporary gallery of the Gardiner Museum of Ceramics in Toronto. Jean-Pierre Larocque lives and works in Montreal.

 

Deux hommes au trait

2010 | 28 x 38cm | Eau-forte | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Deux hommes sur fond noir

2010 | 25 x 33cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Couple

2010 | 28 x 38cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Les oreilles

2010 | 50 x 65cm | Eau-forte | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Le cavalier

2010 | 76 x 56cm | Eau-forte | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Le lecteur

2010 | 28 x 26cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Bicorne

2010 | 50 x 65cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Têtes à la sanguine

2010 | 50 x 65cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Trois personnages

2010 | 76 x 56cm | Eau-forte | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Le clan

2010 | 28 x 38cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Melon

2010 | 50 x 65cm | Eau-forte | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir.

Séance

2010 | 50 x 65cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

La lanterne

2010 | 56 x 76cm | Eau-forte | 25 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

 

Hélène Latulippe

Hélène Latulippe is a Canadian artist based in Montréal. She has studied industrial design and in 2012, she has received a BFA from Concordia University in Montreal. She focuses primarily on visual arts since. She has also studied in France and Italy.

She has presented numerous solo and group exhibitions in venues that include Calgary, Toronto, UK, and Norway.  She has attended residencies in Norway, Montreal and Banff Center, as an independent resident in Leighton Colony Artists Studios, as part of the  Programme du Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec – Résidences d’artistes et d’écrivains québécois au Banff Centre.

 She received grants from “Le Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec” and from McGill University in Montreal. She is prize-winner of “La 9e biennale internationale d’estampe contemporaine de Trois-Rivières” 2015 for the quality of her work and Artist of the Year 2014, City of Montreal – Lachine district.

Her work is all ready collected and includes Air Canada, Banque Nationale du Canada, Concordia University and private collectors like lawyers, architects and designers offices.

 

49 Days to fall in Line

2017 | 87 x 103 cm chacun | Linocut on interfacing paper and various components

49 Days to Fall in Line

Detail | 87 x 103 cm

49 Days to Fall in Line

Detail | 87 x 103 cm

49 Days to Fall in Line

Detail | 87 x 103 cm

Scope of Shadows - Eminence grise

2016 | 107 x 220 cm | Linocut on interfacing paper

Scope of Shadows II - Grey Matter

2016 | 107x 234 cm | Linocut on interfacing paper

Scope of Shadows II - Egg of Columbus (item 1)

2016 | 97 x 293 cm | Linocut on interfacing paper

Scope of Shadows II - Egg of Columbus (item 2)

2016 | 97 x 211 cm | Linocut on interfacing paper

Embroidery on Code Lines II - Skylines

2014 | Polyptych, 336 x 127 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines II - Crossing the line

2014 | Triptyque 222 x 127 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines III - Identity (straight Stitch)

2014 | 168 x 127 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines I - Interference on the Line C

2013 | 87 cm x 132 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines I - Interference on the Line E

2013 | 87 cm x 132 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines II - Splitting the line

2014 | Triptyque, 222 x 127 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines III - Identity (Scallop Stitch)

2014 | 168 x 127 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines I - Interference on the Line A

2013 | 87 cm x 132 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines I - Interference on the Line D

2013 | 87 cm x 132 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Broderie sur lignes de codes III - L’identité (point de bâti)

2014 | 168 cm x 127 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines II - A Final Dot Punctuates the Line

2014 | Diptyque, 168 x 127 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Embroidery on Code Lines I - Interference on the Line B

2013 | 87 cm x 132 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

Traces

2012 | Triptych, 76 x 228 cm | Drypoint

Embroidery on Code Lines I - Fault Line

2013 | 15 x 132 cm | Wooden-spoon technique on Kraft paper and collage

 

René Laubies

René Laubiès was born in Saigon in 1924 where he spent most of his childhood. In 1949, following his law studies in Morocco, he settled in Paris. Faithful to his painting practice since his adolescence, his work was well recognized and became in demand in the 1950's.

Living a nomadic lifestyle for over 30 years he travelled to Greece, Iran and Turkey. He also split his life between Paris and India where most of his creations have seen the day. His works have been influenced by oriental philosophies and are bright minimalistic abstractions. He passed away in India in 2006.

 

Untitled

2003 | 22 x 27 cm | Eau-forte | 7 prints

Untitled

2003 | 22 x 17 cm | Eau-forte | 14 prints

Untitled

2003 | 22 x 17 cm | Eau-forte | 30 prints

Untitled

2003 | 22 x 17 cm | Eau-forte | 25 prints

Untitled

2003 | 22 x 17 cm | Eau-forte | 14 prints

 

Roy Lichtenstein

Emmanuel Radnitzky, better known as Man Ray, was an American artist who spent most of his career in Paris, France. He is most well known for his avant-garde photography, in which he cast many well know figures of his time such as Kiki de Montparnasse. Although he is known for his photos, he also worked in other mediums and considered himself a painter. He was a major contributor to the Dadaist and surrealist movements.

He appropriated the photogram, a type of photo made without the use of a camera, and renamed them «rayographs». In 1920, he collaborated with Marcel Duchamp on his kinetic sculptures in New York. In that same year he also founded, along with Katherine Dreier, the Société Anonyme, which was an itinerant collection later to become the first museum of modern art in the US.

In 1925, along with Jean Arp, Max Ernst, André Masson, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso, Man Ray was part of the first Surrealist exhibition at the Galerie Pierre in Paris.

The artist passed away on the 29th of September 1997 in Manhattan.

Sans-titre

1992 | 48 x 36cm | Aquatinte et eau-forte | Editor Albert Dupont

 

David Maes

Originaire de Montréal, David Maes vis aujourd’hui dans le sud de la France et partage son temps entre sa région de résidence, Paris et l’Espagne. Il a participé à de nombreuses expositions collectives et à plus d’une vingtaine d’expositions solo, tant au Canada qu’en Europe. Il est également récipiendaire, en France, en Espagne et au Canada, de divers prix et distinctions, dont le prix Nahed Ojjeh de l’Académie des Beaux-Arts de Paris.   

 

Pool I

2017 | 98 x 67 cm | Dry point

Song for A

2010 | 45 x 93 cm | Dry point | 30 prints

Camino Con La Belleza VI

2012 | 97 x 71 cm | Dry point

Floating IX

2006 | 78 x 57 cm | Dry point | 10 prints

Floating III

2006 | 79 x 72 cm | Dry point

Stanimir

2017 | 53 x 57 cm | Dry point

Lucas

2016 | 59 x 54 cm | Dry point

Jean-Paul

2016 | 54 x 60 cm | Dry point

Plamena

2016 | 52 x 64 cm | Dry point

Miraculous Draught of Fishes

2012 | 37 x 35 cm | Dry point

Miraculous Draught of Fishes

2012 | 37 x 35 cm | Dry point

Paloma VI

2007 | 28 x 30 cm | Dry point

Paloma IV

2007 | 28 x 30 cm | Dry point

Taking Root

2009 | 54 x 73 cm | Dry point

Clémence

2016 | 59.5 x 55 | Dry point

Evelina

2016 | 47 x 50 cm | Dry point

Sylvie L.

2017 | 48 x 51 cm | Dry point

Miraculous Draught of Fishes

2012 | 37 x 35 cm | Dry point

Cyprès

2006 | 66.5 x 37 cm | Dry point | 10 prints

Paloma II

2007 | 28 x 30 cm | Dry point

Miles

2016 | 60 x 55 cm | Dry point

Audréane

2016 | 52 x 50 cm | Dry point

Antoine

2016 | 53 x 57 cm | Dry point

Miraculous Draught of Fishes

2012 | 37 x 35 cm | Dry point

Miraculous Draught of Fishes

2012 | 37 x 35 cm | Dry point

Paloma III

2007 | 28 x 30 cm | Dry point

Paloma I

2007 | 28 x 30 cm | Dry point

Paloma V

2007 | 28 x 30 cm | Dry point

 

Roberto Matta

Roberto Sebastián Antonio Matta Echaurren was born in Santiago Chile on the 11th of November 1911. He is known as one of the most influencial Chilean artists in the abstract expressionist and surreal movements.

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile before leaving school behind to settle in Paris in 1933. During his travels in Europe, he spent time along side Arschile Gorky, René Magritte, Salvador Dali, André Breton and Le Corbusier. He first studies architecture at the

His early work consists of «inscapes», paintings that were inspired by Freud’s idea that the psychic landscape exists in three dimentions. Later on, his work reflects the political reality of the 40’s and 50’s. Notably, there is the apparition of machinery and distressed figures.

Roberto Sebastián Matta passed away on November 23rd 2002 in Italy.

 

67 x 52cm | Aquatint, eau-forte on China pearl | Editor Georges Visat

67 x 52cm | Aquatint, eau-forte on China pearl | Editor Georges Visat

45 x 63cm | Aquatint, eau-forte on China pearl | Éditor Albert Dupont

 

Jean mcewen

There are no translations available

Jean McEwen est né à Montréal en 1923 et décédé dans la même ville en 1999. Encouragé par Paul-Émile Borduas, McEwen a parfait sa maîtrise de la peinture et de l’estampe à Paris et à Montréal, sous l’influence d’artistes comme Jackson Polock, Mark Rothko et Jean-Paul Riopelle. Son travail a été exposé dans de nombreuses villes, dont Montréal, Toronto, New York, Paris et Londres. Certaines de ses œuvres figurent dans des collections publiques d’importance, comme celle du Musée des beaux-arts du Canada. McEwen a été récipiendaire du Prix Paul-Émile Borduas en 1998.

 

Untitled

1994 | 120 x 80 cm | Eau-forte | 41 prints

Ni plus ni moins

1994 | 120 x 80 cm | Eau-forte

Untitled

1993 | 120 x 80 cm | Eau-forte | 60 prints

Jardin de pierre 6-1

1993 | 80 x 120 cm | Eau-forte | 60 prints

 

Martin Müller-Reinhart

Martin Müller-Reinhart was born in Soleure, Switzerland in 1954. Since 1977 he has worked and lived in Paris. He uses painting, etching and sculptural elements interchangeably to create visual spaces composed mostly of lines and flat surfaces, creating a meeting place of elements.

Amongst his works are large scale installations shown in churches and large public spaces. These installations create meditative and sobre environments. His most notable installations are in the chapel Saint Louis de la Salpetrière in Paris (1989) and the church of Gesù in Montreal (2009).

 

5 Variations un thème de 5M3 #1

2008 | 48 x 48cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Éric Delvin.

5 Variations un thème de 5M3 #2

2008 | 48 x 48cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Éric Delvin.

5 Variations un thème de 5M3 #3

2008 | 48 x 48cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Éric Delvin.

5 Variations un thème de 5M3 #4

2008 | 48 x 48cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Éric Delvin.

5 Variations un thème de 5M3 #5

2008 | 48 x 48cm | Eau-forte | 15 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir and Galerie Éric Delvin.

 

stella pace

Concrete has for a long time been the material of choice for Stella Pace. The artist created her work by multiplying the imagery until the charged surfaces acquire psychological attributes.

Her sculptures and etchings are created by a process of accumulations. Concrete is layered in vigorous fashion and the result is an organic and improvised textural work

 

Génocide série

2013 | 45 x 38 cm | Carborundum and drypoint | 3 prints

Petit soldat debout

2014 | 45 x 29 cm | Monotype

Dans ma maison - il y a toi

2014 | 45 x 29 cm | Monotype

Tête #55

2009 | 56 x 38 cm | Collagraphie | 3 prints

Enfant-soldat

2011 | 45 x 29 cm | Monotype

Enfant-soldat

2011 | 45 x 29 cm | Monotype

Tête #43

2009 | 56 x 38 cm | Collagraphie | 3 prints

Enfant-soldat

2011 | 45 x 29 cm | Monotype

Génocide #4

2005 | 56 x 61 cm | Woodcut | 6 prints

Enfant-soldat

2011 | 45 x 29 cm | Monotype

Enfant-soldat

2011 | 45 x 29 cm | Monotype

Opposition

2015 | 56 x 76 cm | Collagraphie | 3 exemplaires

 

ED PIEN

Born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1958, Ed Pien immigrated to Canada at the age of eleven. He received a Master of Fine Arts from York University in Toronto in 1984. His work has been the focus of numerous national and international exhibitions in such notable institutions as the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, The Drawing Center in New York, the Centro Nacional de las Artes in Mexico City and the Goethe Institute in Berlin.

Ed Pien’s artwork draws on sources both Eastern and Western. Exploring the convergence of history, beliefs and mythology, his drawing based practice has often included intricate large scale installations that the viewer must enter and wander through. The artist’s work is included in many major collections including the National Galleryof Canada, the Museo de Arte y diseno Contemporaneo, Costa Rica and the Fundacion Antoni Tapies, Barcelona. Ed Pien lives and works in Toronto.

 

First Encounter

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Drypoint and chine collé | 21 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Fate And Faith

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 21 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

No Exaggeration

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 21 prints | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Them There

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Drypoint and chine collé | 21 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Returned Gaze

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 21 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Memento Mori

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 21 prints | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Trappings

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and aquatint | 21 prints | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Somnabulist's

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and drypoint | 21 prints | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Yellow Bat

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 21 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

The Trickster

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte and chine collé | 21 prints | Editor Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

False Witness

2016 | 32 x 26 cm | Eau-forte, drypoint and aquatint | 21 prints | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

The Great Storm

2016 | 107 x 78 cm | Eau-forte, aquatint | 21 prints | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

The Gift

2016 | 107 x 78 cm | Eau-forte, aquatint | 21 prints | Éditeur Atelier-Galerie A. Piroir

Man Ray

Emmanuel Radnitzky, better known as Man Ray, was an American artist who spent most of his career in Paris, France. He is most well known for his avant-garde photography, in which he cast many well know figures of his time such as Kiki de Montparnasse. Although he is known for his photos, he also worked in other mediums and considered himself a painter. He was a major contributor to the Dadaist and surrealist movements.

He appropriated the photogram, a type of photo made without the use of a camera, and renamed them «rayographs». In 1920, he collaborated with Marcel Duchamp on his kinetic sculptures in New York. In that same year he also founded, along with Katherine Dreier, the Société Anonyme, which was an itinerant collection later to become the first museum of modern art in the US.

In 1925, along with Jean Arp, Max Ernst, André Masson, Joan Miró, and Pablo Picasso, Man Ray was part of the first Surrealist exhibition at the Galerie Pierre in Paris.

1976 | 38 x 29cm | Éditor Georges Visat

Francine simonin

Born in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1936, Francine Simonin has been working and living in Montreal since 1968. Her career spans four decades and she has had over 200 solo exhibits. She has also received many prizes and awards.

In 2004, the Musée National des Beaux Arts du Québec and the Monique and Robert Parizeau foundation gave her a prize to acknowledge and reward her contribution to the history of printmaking in Quebec. Her works are part of numerous public collections in Canada and Switzerland as well as many private collections around the world.

Bêtes

dialogue aux carré

érotique

Palindrôme

Raoul Ubac

Raoul Ubac was born on the 31st of August 1910 in Cologne. He spent most of his youth in Germany and eventually moves to Paris where he studies at the Sorbonne. In Paris, he meets Camille Bryen, Otto Freudlich and Andrée Breton and joins the Surrealist movement.

Ubac experiments with photography, notably with solarisation and petrification. In 1933 his experiments are exposed in a Parisian gallery.

He is also known for his drawings, his prints, his gouaches, his paintings, his reliefs, and his stained glass.

The artist passed away on March 24th in 1985.

1977 | 27 x 25cm | Rolling on slate | 60 prints