The Art of the Miniature
Selection from the Brousseau Inuit Art Collection
Come to admire the beauty of the miniatures of the collection Raymond Brousseau, presented in a family space!
Sculptures from The Brousseau Inuit Art Collection
This exhibition features more than twenty works from the Brousseau Inuit art collection, created by artists from communities across Nunavut and Nunavik (Arctic Quebec) between 1970 and 2006.
Figurative and Abstract Art in Québec
During a period teeming with new artistic ideas, painters, sculptors, ceramists, graphic artists and interior designers and decorators explored new areas, pushing back the boundaries of figurative expression to venture into abstraction.
Tradition and Modernism in Québec
Travel back in time to the earliest annual fine arts exhibitions! This exhibition illustrates two artistic realities, the birth of modern art and the desire to preserve traditional values, at a time when they collide.
Québec City, the Art of a Colonial Capital
This exhibition shines light on Québec City’s leading role as the colony’s artistic capital, from its origins to the late 19th century. The focus is on the period under British rule (1763-1867).
Toward Artistic Renewal
Around «Le Nigog» magazine, 1918
The exhibition brings together some thirty works – paintings, pastels and sculptures – by artists such as Ozias Leduc, Clarence Gagnon, John Lyman, Henri Hébert and Adrien Hébert.