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Germain Bergeron

Le tailleur de pierre

1990
Germain Bergeron
Born in Sainte-Perpétue de Nicolet, Germain Bergeron was first a priest in the Sainte-Croix congregation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in arts from the Université de Montréal (1963) and a master’s degree in arts from Notre-Dame University in Indiana, United States (1969). He has devoted a good part of his career to teaching, including at the Centre d’art de Duvernay and the École des beaux-arts de Montréal. Bergeron has produced a number of monumental works of public art. In the Montréal region, his Pic et Pelle (1976) is in the Monk Métro station, and at Île des Moulins in Terrebonne stands his Don Quichotte (1967), a work first presented at Man and His World.
Germain Bergeron
Born in Sainte-Perpétue de Nicolet, Germain Bergeron was first a priest in the Sainte-Croix congregation. He holds a bachelor’s degree in arts from the Université de Montréal (1963) and a master’s degree in arts from Notre-Dame University in Indiana, United States (1969). He has devoted a good part of his career to teaching, including at the Centre d’art de Duvernay and the École des beaux-arts de Montréal. Bergeron has produced a number of monumental works of public art. In the Montréal region, his Pic et Pelle (1976) is in the Monk Métro station, and at Île des Moulins in Terrebonne stands his Don Quichotte (1967), a work first presented at Man and His World.
Detail
Category
Fine Arts
Subcategory
Sculpture
Collection name
Public art
Date completed
1990
General dimensions
594 x 280 x 300 cm
Le tailleur de pierre
Borough
Verdun
Park
Parc de l’Honorable-George-O’Reilly