The subject of the painting, an abandoned lifeboat in a landscape, appears to have been painted at the site of what was once the "Saint Joseph-de-la-Rive Shipyard." (although it is just speculation on my part at this time.)
Aside some areas of light damage to the frame the painting, which may show some signs of age, appears to be about perfect.
About the artist: Born in Arthabaska, Quebec 1953. Ms. Beliveau earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree at the University of Ottowa, then went for further study at University of Montreal and went on to earn a Bachelor of Visual Arts Degree at Laval University. Ms. Beliveau also toured Europe for 4 years at the beginning of her art career. She owns and operates Galerie d'art M-A. Beliveau in Saint-Sauveur Valley, Canada and is represented by galleries in the United States, Europe and Japan.
Recent Exhibition: Toronto Art Expo April 10-13, 2014.
Past Exhibitions :
2004 Quebec Representative in Tokyo and Kashimo (Japan)
2002 Montreal Raceways
2000-2001 Sainte-Adele Symposium of Colours
1999-2000 Sainte-Adele Arts House
1995 Old Montreal Courthouse
1993-1994 Old Quebec Courthouse (Quebec)
Media Coverage :
Magazin’art, biennial guide of artists in Canadian galleries 2000-2001 Roussan Guide (Quebec Painters) 1992-1999 Guide Vallée 1991-1993 200 New Visions of Quebec Painters, Louis Bruens, 1990
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