May 10, 2017 on News by steve


CLAUDE LANGEVIN featured in Arabella

Arabella, one of Canada’s biggest and most read art, architecture and design publications, has just published their latest issue and it is available in better galleries and bookstores across the country.  It is also available on-line, as a flipbook!

We are proud to have one of our own CLAUDE LANGEVIN featured in a multi page article with many pictres and an in-depth interview.

Claude Langevin is a self-taught artist who paints landscapes in the Canadian tradition. Like the well-known Group of Seven artists, he begins with the unique reality of Canadian landscape and presents his own highly-personal interpretation using bold colours, imaginative composition and interesting explorations of perspective. Early in his career, Langevin worked with acrylic and spatula but, after “rediscovering” the work of Tom Thomson and Clarence Gagnon, began to use oil and brush.

For more than 35 years now, he has continued to use this medium to paint city and country scenes throughout the Province of Quebec and in the Maritimes.