Henri MASSON

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Spy, Belgium 1907 - Ottawa, Canada 1996

Henri Masson looked for local neighborhoods and back yards.  He was particularly interested in French Canadian history.  The artist was interested in the inhabitants of the countryside that he explored, preferring scenes where people were at work or at play. He was a chronicler and a landscapist.

His paintings, often joyful, are richly descriptive and his sharp eye for detail is reflected in whichever medium he uses. 

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Henri MASSON - Sans titre (Village) 1941 Sans titre (Village) 1941
14" x 16"
Oil on panel

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Henri MASSON - Family Gathering (1948) Family Gathering (1948)
15" x 18"
Oil on canvas

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Henri MASSON - Paysage de Gatineau (c. 1945) Paysage de Gatineau (c. 1945)
15" x 19"
Water colour on paper

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Henri MASSON - Autumn Landscape (c. 1947) Autumn Landscape (c. 1947)
18" x 24"
Oil on panel

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Henri MASSON - Courses près de Gatineau (1946) Courses près de Gatineau (1946)
14" x 19"
Watercolour on paper

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Henri MASSON - Scène de rue l'hiver (1940) Scène de rue l'hiver (1940)
15" x 18"
Oil on panel

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Henri MASSON - Road near Masson, PQ, 1979 Road near Masson, PQ, 1979
18" x 24"
Oil on canvas

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Henri MASSON - La danse (1940) La danse (1940)
17 1/2" x 20 1/2"
Watercolour on paper

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Henri MASSON - Vieille cabine, Montpelier, Qc. 1974 Vieille cabine, Montpelier, Qc. 1974
12" x 14"
Oil on pannel

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