Jean Paul Lemieux's , 'Nineteen Ten Remembered'
Sold For $2 Million
as art historian François-Marc Gagnon pointed out in an interview and in a short essay he wrote for the Heffel catalogue. Lemieux wanted to be known as a painter of the “north,” not as a painter of a certain locale, and was exhilarated by the recognition he won in Moscow and Prague when his paintings were exhibited there in 1974. It proved to Lemieux that his art was universal, Gagnon said.To read the complete article, from the Montreal Gazette, please click here.