Louis Tremblay was born in 1949 in Baie-Saint-Paul. His father was a friend of the famous artist René Richard. Louis grew up in an environment which was highly favourable for creation and could live off his art at a young age. He was always fascinated by the Baie-Saint-Paul landscapes, and nature would quickly become his main source of inspiration, which would always take an important place in his work.
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He is a member of the Institut des arts figuratifs (Institute of Figurative Arts). He realized over 30 exhibits in a record time and became well-renowned around Canada very quickly. His work was already chosen to be part of numerous collections early in his career.
Louis Tremblay always had a keen interest for theory and the academic side of art, and has studied art history and architecture, which greatly influenced his work. The artist is always looking for unexplored landscapes and new sources of inspiration. He follows in the footsteps of great masters who preceded him, like Brymner, Gagnon and Richard.
Tremblay is an accomplished artist who offers typical and representative landscapes of Québec.