Zacharie VINCENT DIT TEHARIOLIN

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Village-des-Hurons, near Loretteville, Québec, 1815 - Québec, Québec, 1886

Although Zacharie Vincent wanted to capture the traditional image of the Hurons, elements borrowed from European civilization can be seen in some of his paintings and sketches, which thus reveal the assimilation to which his people were already subject. Undeniably naïve, his work possesses enduring interest because of its intensity and sincerity. It reflected Vincent’s desire to capture the spirit of a Huron America forever lost.

 

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Zacharie VINCENT DIT TEHARIOLIN - Huronne de Lorette (c. 1885) Huronne de Lorette (c. 1885)
9 1/4" x 8"
Oil on canvas

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Zacharie VINCENT DIT TEHARIOLIN - Huron de Lorette (c.1885) Huron de Lorette (c.1885)
9 1/4" x 8"
Oil on canvas

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