The life work of Gerald Trottier (1925 - 2004) could be considered as a journey over many landscapes: the body, the soul, the human condition, revelations of nature’s own landscape. His passionate quest for knowledge and life’s meaning is exhibited in the many mediums of which he was a prolific and powerful master: drawing, water and oil painting, printmaking and sculpting. This first in-depth examination of the life and work of the acclaimed artist discusses over fifty years of production. In English and French.

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Publisher Carleton University Art Gallery
ISBN 978-0-7709-0525-5
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Sandra, S. (2008). A pilgrim's progress : the life and art of Gerald Trottier. Carleton University Art Gallery.


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