Albini Leblanc was born in 1947 on a farm on the south shore of the Baie-des-Chaleurs. Since a young age, Leblanc is very interested in the arts. The Father Guy Bruneau at the Séminaire Saint-François in Quebec City initiates him to the painting when he is 14 years old.
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Obtaining a diploma in 1971, he teaches during 13 years before to leave his native Gaspésie to move in Montreal and begin his artist career. He decides to dedicate himself to this medium. Hard believer, his perseverance leads him to expose his pieces in an art gallery located in Sherbrooke. This is the beginning of a successful belated career.
In 1993, he moves to l’Ile d’Orléans and in 2000, he is back in Quebec City. As the years go by, the style of Leblanc evoluates and he gets more confident about his art. The artist develops his own interpretation of the world that inspires him instead of trying to capture it as is. Exploring many themes, from the still life to the landscapes, he now is an accomplished artist and very respected by the art critics that see his works.