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A rare bird carving by Anne-Marie Voisine. Saint-Pascal de Kamouraska, Quebec.

First mentioned in “Les Patenteux du Quebec”; Mme. Voisine filled her yard and home with flowers and with painted cut-out carvings of people, animals, bird houses  and birds. Roosting birds and birds on the wing. She worked with as found materials … [Read More...]

Paul Archibald Caron. The Wayside Cross. C. 1930.

A carving of a Way-Side Cross by Paul Archibald Caron, Montreal, Quebec. C. 1930.

    A painted relief carving: The Sunday Visit. By Yvonne Bolduc, Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec. C. 1950.:     … [Read More...]

C. Dubeau. Relief Carving. St. Jovite, Quebec.

C. Dubeau. Sculptor. Woodcarver. St. Jovite, Quebec. Relief carving of a Bear and Hunters.

A large relief carving circa. 1930, signed by C. Dubeau, a sculptor from the St. Jovite area of Quebec. It is a deep relief carving painted in 'as found' colors and measures about 15 by 24 inches inside the frame. It is one of a pair made for a … [Read More...]

Georges Desmeules. Sculptor. St-Paul-de-la-Croix, Quebec. Camel.

Georges Desmeules. Saint-Paul-de-la-Croix, Quebec. Carving of a Camel.

A painted carving of a Camel by Georges Desmeules. A large carving made in the 1970's; it measures about 23 inches high and is about 24 inches long overall. The ears are painted leather, the tail is heavy cotton rope and the eyes are glass. It is … [Read More...]