This middle section of Jean-Paul Riopelle’s triptych L’Hommage à Rosa Luxemburg, with an arrow through the heart, is said to represent the artist’s love for his former companion, the American painter Joan Mitchell (1926-1992). The narrative sequence of 30 paintings, measuring more than 40 metres long, will be housed in the new extension to the Musée national des Beaux-Arts du Québec, which will display the largest public collection of works by Riopelle in the world. (Photo by Shirley Nadeau)

Memorials and Things of Fame – January 11, 2023

Memorials and Things of Fame Researched and compiled by Lorie Pierce January 5, 1823 – The Quebec Gazette Fencing       Sir John Sinclair, in his code of health, declares…

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Memorials and Things of Fame – January 11, 2023 was last modified: January 10th, 2023 by QCT Editor