Laurier Lacroix's interest in the painter Saint-Hilaire Ozias Leduc (1864–1955) dates back to the 1970s. Although the artist’s work covers a period of nearly 70 years and is not easy to navigate, recent research offers an opportunity to revisit the work of this symbolist painter who, from his first still lifes painted in trompe-l'oeil to his church decorations whose subjects combine work with prayer, developed a profound body of work worth careful reflection and investigation.
This presentation is a tribute to Jean-René Ostiguy (1925–2016), a Curator at the National Gallery of Canada who contributed so much to our knowledge of the artist.
In French with simultaneous English interpretation
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