Marcelle Ferron

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Marcelle Ferron was born in Louiseville, Québec in 1924; she died in Montréal in 2001. After she left the École des beaux-arts in Québec City, where she had studied with Jean-Paul Lemieux, she settled in Montréal and became friendly with the artists in the automatiste movement who were moving their painting in an abstract direction. A signer of the 1948 Refus global manifesto, along with Paul-Émile Borduas, Jean Paul Riopelle, Françoise Sullivan, Pierre Gauvreau, Fernand Leduc, Marcel Barbeau, and others, Marcelle Ferron established herself as one of Québec’s most important artists in the modern era.

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Exhibitions

Oct 25 – 27, 2019
Art Toronto May 11 – Jun 29, 2019
Depuis 30 ans – Maintenant See all

Publications

Autours de Marcelle Ferron Égrégore - Une histoire du mouvement automatiste de Montréal See all