This beautiful pastel of a winter landscape was done by Canadian artist Marc-Aurele Suzor-Cote (1869-1937). Suzor-Cote was born in Arthabaska, Quebec, Canada and began his career working for the Joseph Rousseau Company, with church decoration projects. His artist career was heavily Influenced by Wilfrid Laurier, and he traveled between Canada, United States, and Europe, becoming very well known for his landscape and still life painting, as well as his figure sculptures. He was a frequent exhibitor in the Art Association of Montreal, the Royal Canadian Academy, as well as the Paris Salon. Pastel on paper, signed lower right, mounted under glass and housed in a black wooden frame with gilt accent. Dimensions: 14 ¾” h x 25 ¾” w, actual; 27 ½” h x 38 ⅝” w, framed.
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