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The Ice Harvest

The Ice Harvest


By Clarence Gagnon.

Our Frame size is 28" x 32",

all sizes are approximate


Produced using only the finest of materials, our fine art paper  truly captures the detail and movement of each piece. Beautifully framed using a moulding that will complement any decor.

Frame Finish
  • About the artist . . .

    Known for his landscape paintings of the Laurentians and the Charlevoix region of eastern Quebec, Gagnon was a French Canadian painter, draughtsman, engraver and illustrator.

    In 1907, Gagnon returned to Canada, and settled in the Baie-Saint-Paul region of Charlevoix. In 1913, his career hit a turning point, with the first and only major solo exhibition of his work, mostly winter landscapes from Québec, at the Galerie A. M. Reitlinger in Paris, Clarence A. Gagnon. This exhibition, the first for a living Canadian artist in Paris, marked him as a painter with his own interpretation of the Canadian winter and also as a painter known for his views of habitant life.

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