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Automne au bord du St-Laurent

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Automne au bord du St-Laurent

Iacurto, Francesco

18 x 21.5 in.

St-Irénée de Charlevoix

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St-Irénée de Charlevoix

Iacurto, Francesco

16 x 20 in.

Les Eboulements

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Les Eboulements

Iacurto, Francesco

16 x 20 in.

Vue de Québec

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Vue de Québec

Iacurto, Francesco

20 x 24 in.

Après-midi de pêche

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Après-midi de pêche

Iacurto, Francesco

12 x 10 in.

Les Eboulements

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Les Eboulements

Iacurto, Francesco

10 x 12 in.

Musée historique de Québec

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Musée historique de Québec

Iacurto, Francesco

24 x 20 in.

Maison au toit rouge

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Maison au toit rouge

Iacurto, Francesco

20 x 24 in.

Solstice d’hiver

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Solstice d’hiver

Iacurto, Francesco

7 x 6 in.

Etude de dos

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Etude de dos

Iacurto, Francesco

30 x 24 in.

Bateaux de pêche

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Bateaux de pêche

Iacurto, Francesco

20 x 24 in.

Parc Montmorency

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Parc Montmorency

Iacurto, Francesco

30 x 24 in.

Vieux-Québec

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Vieux-Québec

Iacurto, Francesco

30 x 24 in.

Les Éboulements

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Les Éboulements

Iacurto, Francesco

10 x 12 in.

La Beauce Vallée Jonction

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La Beauce Vallée Jonction

Iacurto, Francesco

16 x 20 in.

St-Tite-des-Caps

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St-Tite-des-Caps

Iacurto, Francesco

16 x 20 in.

Baie St-Paul

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Baie St-Paul

Iacurto, Francesco

20 x 24 in.

Village en hiver

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Village en hiver

Iacurto, Francesco

16 x 20 in.

St-Hilarion

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St-Hilarion

Iacurto, Francesco

10 x 12 in.

Parc Montmorency

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Parc Montmorency

Iacurto, Francesco

16 x 20 po.

Neige

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Neige

Iacurto, Francesco

22 X 28 po.

Les Eboulements sur le plateau

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Les Eboulements sur le plateau

Iacurto, Francesco

24 X 30 po.

Notre-Dame des Laurentides

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Notre-Dame des Laurentides

Iacurto, Francesco

20 X 24 po.

Musée de Cire

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Musée de Cire

Iacurto, Francesco

20 X 16 po.

Rue Notre Dame, Vieux Québec

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Rue Notre Dame, Vieux Québec

Iacurto, Francesco

30 X 24 po.

Marché du Vieux Port

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Marché du Vieux Port

Iacurto, Francesco

24 X 20 po.

Nature morte aux pommes et chandelier

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Nature morte aux pommes et chandelier

Iacurto, Francesco

13 X 16 po.

Le retour de Joseph

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Le retour de Joseph

Iacurto, Francesco

5 X 7 po.

Port de Québec   A

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Port de Québec A

Iacurto, Francesco

16 x 20 po.

Parc Montmorency

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Parc Montmorency

Iacurto, Francesco

20 x 24 po.

Gloucester, Maine

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Gloucester, Maine

Iacurto, Francesco

20 x 24 po.

Grand Canal (Venise)

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Grand Canal (Venise)

Iacurto, Francesco

2 1x 17.5 po.

Banc de parc

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Banc de parc

Iacurto, Francesco

8 x 10 po.

Londres- Angleterre Édifice du Parlement et Pont Westminster

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Londres- Angleterre Édifice du Parlement et Pont Westminster

Iacurto, Francesco

14 x 18 in.

Restaurant Le Vendôme

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Restaurant Le Vendôme

Iacurto, Francesco

24 x 30 po.

Deux pêcheurs sur le quai

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Deux pêcheurs sur le quai

Iacurto, Francesco

10 x 12 po.

Scène de Venise

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Scène de Venise

Iacurto, Francesco

10 x 12 in.

Ruisseau Stoneham

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Ruisseau Stoneham

Iacurto, Francesco

18 x 22 po.

Biography

1908-2001 Born in Montreal on September 1, 1908, Iacurto early manifested remarkable aptitude for drawing as from the age of thirteen, he exhibited at the National Monument. He studied drawing in 1922 under the direction of Edmond Dionet. At fourteen, he will be the youngest student in the School of Fine Arts in Montreal, which opens in 1923

He made the acquaintance of Jean-Paul Lemieux and will be in the same class as Paul-Émile Borduas and Sylvia Daoust. In 1927, Iacurto wins several awards and in 1928 received his teaching degree. In 1929 he won a scholarship to study in Paris. In 1938 Iacurto settled permanently in Quebec and began a series of portraits. He traveled to France in 1953 and Italy in 1956, where he painted the Vatican Gardens, and Greece in 1964 when, at the request of the Canadian Ambassador Antonio Barrette, he made several paintings of the city of Athens.

Between 1965 and 1974 Iacurto taught painting and was elected member of the Royal Canadian Academy. In 1974, he devoted himself entirely to his art and Professor Maurice Lebel makes him special tribute in his book Memories including Robert Choquette signs the preface. In 1988, when he celebrates his 80th birthday, a retrospective of drawings Faces intimate is at Université Laval and a biography of Iacurto is written by Robert Baumgartner.

His works are exhibited at the Museum of Quebec, the National Gallery of Ottawa, the Canadian Senate, the Parliament of Quebec, Old Quebec Seminary, at the Citadel at the Hotel de Ville de Québec and at Laval University . He died in 2001 in Sainte-Foy at the age of 93.

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