- Artist: Norman Laliberté
- Title: Day, Week, Month, Year
- Date: 1994
- Signed by the artist
- Media: Acrylic & mixed media on board
- Size: 30 by 40 inches
- Comes in excellent condition with a certificate of authenticity
Laliberté first received international recognition for his extraordinary exhibition of eighty-eight large, cloth-applique banners designed for the Vatican Pavilion at the 1964 New York World's Fair. Commissions followed from such prestigious institutions as the National Art Centre of Ottawa and the American Institute of Architects. Paintings, prints and sculptures by Norman Laliberté appear in the permanent collections of more than seventy-five museum and corporate collections.
Two retrospective exhibitions of his work have been held, one at the Chicago Public Library and another at Montreal's Saidye Bronfman Center. In addition, Laliberté is the recipient of numerous awards, including the AIGA Award for Design and an Honorary Doctorate from St. Mary's College, Notre Dame. He has been the subject of a documentary by the National Film Board of Canada and has been featured in such publications as Time, Life and The New York Times.
This exciting painting is wholly representative of the artist's work. While he tips his artistic hat to the likes of Paul Klee and Georges Rouault, Laliberté has created a language all his own.
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