(1929 - 1996)
John Der created his own country fairs. He painted a kind of rural life that mixed youngsters, parishioner, animals, an habitants, in other words, a veritable fresco of types, customs and activities representative of the likeable yet gritty world that is Quebec. The bulk of his work is somewhat reminiscent of a certain Ruben’s masterpiece exhibited at the Louvre in which the notions of movement and liberty are fully exploited.
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