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Boutons , de Hessie. Galerie Arnaud Lefebvre. Galerie Oniris. Born into a large family in Hull, Quebec, he studied art in Toronto, Montreal and Paris, yet was generally self-taught, too independent of spirit to associate with any particular group or adhere to one specific style.
His stay in Paris, a de rigueur visit for most Quebec artists, was marked by encounters with the art of Picasso and the surrealists but ended with an arrest by the Gestapo in Dallaire spent the next four years in a detention camp. He continued to draw, he even learned Italian.
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Back in Canada he was drawn to teaching, and spent many years illustrating educational films for the National Film Board. Dallaire was essentially impervious to trends and critique, gently charting his own unique path, and the last word on his art has yet to be spoken. His work has gone through many changes, as the 20th century took shape. A sense of the theatrical, an atmosphere of a carnival, permeate most of his works, an inescapable, tickling presence of another reality.
I always had a fondness for birds, little flags and the texture of fabrics. This unpretentious self-analysis defies the plastic genius of his work, the attention to quality and draftsmanship, the. Echoes of surrealism can be found in his floating compositions, the unusual pairing of figures, at once realistic and theatrical. Like the Surrealists, he is in search of virgin territories, but his flights of fancy are disarmingly human, almost childlike.
Dallaire, although aware of the major currents in art, was staunchly original, creating his own fantasy-based universe, unapologetic about his fascination with theatre in all its forms, from drama to puppetry. His cubist period produced magnificent still lifes, incorporating his beloved birds in one monochromatic composition with echoes of Braque, or focusing on a pair of fruit rendered in bold colour and rich texture.
Eclectic, quietly emotional, Dallaire was a lonely pilgrim in a world exploding with new ideas and visual experimentation.
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Beyond the stylistic similarities, the two diverse artists shared a common reaction to the turmoil of war and its aftermath. Patati-Patata, for example, may require a more prolonged study, replete as it is with rich imagery and an abundance of detail. Resembling a collage, it features two whimsical figures, accompanied by birds, little flags, leaves… Playing cards are scattered at their feet, and the shadow behind one of the figures seems to have a life of its own.
It could a wonderful portrait of a man be a puppet plunked unceremosmoking a tiny red pipe, a small niously on a wide chair, sitting flame rising from it. Dallaire had a magical way of applying style, tones melding into each other, sprinkled with light. His oils look like gouaches, the texture of the board, or canvas, visible under the fine layers of paint.
This very personal manner of constructing his own pictorial universe sets Dallaire apart from other contemporary artists As simple as the image may appear, it is in fact a symphony of his day. The expressive expansiveness of his imagery is of colour and gesture, a painterly tableau in the guise of unlike any other, and although it reflects numerous influenfairytale.
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