Jean-Paul  Riopelle, 1955, Oil on canvas, Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Jean-Paul Riopelle - Painting , 1955 Oil on canvas, x cm Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

Jean Paul Riopelle, Sans titre, 1968, pastel sur papier, 92,3 x 60,9 cm

Jean Paul Riopelle, Sans titre, 1968, pastel sur papier, 92,3 x 60,9 cm

By Paul-Émile Borduas (1905-1960), 1942, Abstraction n° 30 (Cri dans la nuit), gouache.

Artwork Page: Abstraction No. 30 ( Cry in the Night) - Canadian Paintings in the Thirties

Paul-Émile Borduas (1905-1960), 1941-46, "1.46" or "La fustigée", Oil on canvas. © Succession Paul-Émile Borduas / SODRAC (2015)

Quebec and Canadian Art - The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

Paul-Émile Borduas (1905-1960). A leader of the group known as the Automatists, he developed a spontaneous style of non-figurative painting. Borduas was the principal author of the Refus Global, an influential manifesto calling for freedom of expression, and signed by many of Quebec's leading artists and intellectuals.

Paul-Émile Borduas A leader of the group known as the Automatists, he developed a spontaneous style of non-figurative painting. He also was the principal author of the Refus Global.

Paul-Émile Borduas (1905-1960), 1956, Sea Gull, oil on canvas.

Paul-Émile Borduas Sea Gull, oil on canvas. Non-figuative, spontaneous style. Playing with contrast and shapes.

By Paul-Émile Borduas (1905-1960), 1950, Pavots de la nuit, color ink on wove paper.

By Paul-Émile Borduas Pavots de la nuit, color ink on wove paper.

Marcelle Ferron (1924-2001) in her studio in Paris.

Marcelle Ferron in her studio in Paris.

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