1941 - 1998
Serge Lemoyne was born in Acton Vale in 1941. He studied at the Montréal School of Fine Arts from 1958 to 1960. He was renowned for his spontaneity both in his work and his personality. He was frequently involved in social causes and has participated in many manifestations.
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The artist is mostly known for his red-white-blue period on which he worked in the 70s. These pieces are a tribute to the Montréal Canadiens Hockey Team. He painted about a hundred pieces on this theme and thus left his trace in the collective memory of Quebecers.
His minimalistic artwork has brought a breath of fresh air in the world of abstract art. Serge Lemoyne passed away in 1998.