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Gerard Tremblay

Gérard Tremblay, born September 3, 1928 at Les Éboulements and died February 20, 1992 in Montreal, is a painter, engraver, pastel artist and draftsman from Quebec

In 1947, he exhibited for the first time at Henri Tranquille’s bookstore, and was awarded the first prize at the Spring Fair of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 1951.

Marked by surrealism, a friend of Roland Giguère, with whom he published several works, he used many techniques to create singular works, between places and figures.

He teaches printmaking at Laval University and chairs the Association of Quebec printmakers from 1972.


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