Albert Henry ROBINSON

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Hamilton, Ontario, 1881 - Montreal, Quebec, 1956

Although Albert Henry Robinson was born in Hamilton, Ontario, virtually every painting of his maturity depicts the rural landscape of his adopted province. His vision of Quebec is an idyllic one, rarely suggesting the harsh realities of life in isolated villages in winter.

Robinson’s villages are caught in a prism of chaste snow banks and pristine snowflakes, and together his canvases present a unifying and convincing, if idealized, world, born of the artist’s deep affection for the Quebec countryside and its inhabitants. 

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Albert Henry ROBINSON - Baie St-Paul (1928) Baie St-Paul (1928)
71,1 cm x 86,3 cm
Oil on canvas


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