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Gerald Trottier

GERALD TROTTIER (b. 1925- d. 2004)

Gerald Trottier is one of Canada’s most important artists. This Ottawa painter, muralist and liturgical artist created works of great spirituality, humanity and passion that reflect his personal quest for knowledge and meaning. As a prolific master of many artistic mediums, Trottier sought to reflect his own unique journey of exploration.

“Gerald Trottier was a staunch believer in the importance of visual art to human life itself,” says curator Don Monet. “His work almost defies words, but rather invites you to surround yourself, immerse yourself and experience his artistic journey, the richness of his colours, the bold shapes and dynamic forms.”

From powerful self-portraits, spectacular compositions, lush landscapes and superb draughtsmanship, Trottier’s work resonates with spirituality and humanity while reflecting his roots in the Flemish, Surrealist and Expressionist schools.

"I don’t refer to Canadian landscape as such, but to landscape generally. After all, as every artist has realized, the significance of nature does not lie in its physical properties, but in its spiritual ones.”
Gerald Trottier, 1972

For more information regarding Gerald Trottier;

Gerald Trottier Estate -

National Gallery of Canada -

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario
Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, Victoria, British Colombia Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton, Ontario
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba
University College, Toronto, Ontario
Art Gallery of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario
Ottawa Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Kingston, Ontario
Department of Foreign Affairs, Ottawa, Ontario
Lethbridge College, Lethbridge, Alberta
City of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario
Confederation Centre Art Gallery, Charlottetown, PEI
Museum London, London, Ontario
University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario
St. Paul University, Ottawa, Ontario
Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto, Ontario
Carleton University Art Gallery, Ottawa, Ontario
Sir Wilfred Grenfell College Art Gallery, Memorial University, St. John’s, Newfoundland
Mitel Corporation, Ottawa, Ontario
Metropolitan Life Insurance, Ottawa, Ontario
Concordia University, School of Canadian Irish Studies, Montreal, Quebec
Sakto Corporation, Ottawa, Ontario

Queen’s Park, City of Toronto
The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum (The Battle of Ortona)
Federal Study Centre
Carleton University's Tory Building's Pilgrimage of Man
St Basil's
Blessed Sacrament

Price Range: $650 - $15,000