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Paul-Vanier Beaulieu

(1910 -  1996 )
BEAULIEU Paul-Vanier Sans Titre

Heffel /May 14, 2013
6,100.81 - 7,626.02
15,118.39

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Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Saint-sauveur

Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Saint-sauveur

Original 1974
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Lot number: 22
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PAUL VANIER BEAULIEU, R.C.A. SAINT-SAUVEUR, 1974 oil on canvas signed and dated ‘74 20 ins x 24 ins; 50.8 cms x 61 cms Provenance: Private Collection, Ottawa Literature: Michel Beaulieu and Jacques Brault, Signatures: Paul Beaulieu , La Prairie, 1981, Ottawa, page 104, for this lot reproduced in colour.
Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Still Life No. 13

Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Still Life No. 13

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Lot number: 66
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Lot 66 PAUL VANIER BEAULIEU, R.C.A. STILL LIFE NO. 13 oil on canvas signed and dated ‘53 15 ins x 21.75 ins; 38.1 cms x 53.3 cms Provenance: Private Collection, Quebec Literature: Michel Beaulieu and Jacques Brault, Signatures: Paul Beaulieu, La Prairie, 1981, Ottawa, pages 16-17. Note: In the 1940s and 1950s there were few commercial galleries in Montreal in which to exhibit. Artists frequently mounted studio shows to promote their work. Paul Beaulieu also marketed his pictures in this way. However, in the year this work was painted, Beaulieu had begun to command broader attention from collectors, dealers and critics alike and his work was included in shows such as “Some Contemporary Canadian Artists” at the Musée des beaux arts. From 1954-1965, Beaulieu was represented by the prestigious Dominion Gallery, which further afforded him a degree of financial security. Beaulieu, like many modernists, did not undertake still life with a view to replicating what lay before him. He also drew from memory and imagination as is clearly evidenced by this lot. Beginning from 1948 and for the next six years, Beaulieu embarked upon an intense period of production which focused on capturing the essential - line, form, and colour. Asking himself “Apres tout, la ligne n’’’’est elle pas à la base de tout art pictorial?” Michel Beaulieu notes that it is at this point “Les éléments qu’’’’il represente sont alors réduits à l’’’’essential et les rassemblements hétéroclites, voires baroques, disparaîssent... Les tableaux de la phase postérieure de cette period temoignent de cette apparents simplification.”
Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Clown Et Arlequin

Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Clown Et Arlequin

Original 1956
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Lot number: 171
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PAUL VANIER BEAULIEU (1910-1996), CANADIAN CLOWN ET ARLEQUIN, 1956 Colour lithograph on BFK Rives watermarked paper; signed, dated 56 and numbered 15/50 in pencil to margin. Unframed. Image 19" x 15" — 48.3 x 38.1 cm.; 22" x 18" — 55.9 x 45.7 cm. Provenance: By descent to present Private Collection, Montreal
Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Sans Titre

Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Sans Titre

Original 1963
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Lot number: 55
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Lot # 055 Paul Vanier Beaulieu RCA 1910 - 1996 Canadian Sans titre oil on canvas signed and dated 1963 31 3/4 x 39 1/4 in 80.6 x 99.7cm Provenance: A Prominent Montreal Family Estate Paul Beaulieu owned a studio in Montparnasse, Paris and was living there, surrounded by the creative ferment of the Parisian art scene, when the Nazis invaded in the city in 1940. Along with Jean-Philippe Dallaire, Beaulieu was arrested and interned at the St-Denis camp just outside the city. At the end of the war he was released, briefly returning to Canada, where he secured Dr. Max Stern of the Dominion Gallery as his dealer, and thus was able to send works created in France back to Canada. He then reclaimed his original Paris studio, working there until 1973. Beaulieu's work reflects the influence of Expressionist painters Georges Rouault and Bernard Buffet. His non-objective abstracts are revered for their richness of colour and boldness of form. Sans titre is a perfect example of this, being composed of a number of hot, deeply saturated colours set against a layered, neutral, yet fully alive ground. Evocatively figural, this work has a fine tactile surface and a pleasing sense of balance.
Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Nature Morte

Paul-Vanier Beaulieu - Nature Morte

Original 1951
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Lot number: 201
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Lot # 201 Paul Vanier Beaulieu RCA 1910 - 1996 Canadian Nature morte oil on canvas signed and dated 1951 13 x 16 in 33 x 40.6cm Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal Estimate: $3,000 ~ $5,000 CAD Final bid: $3,250 CAD Preview at: Heffel Gallery Montreal
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