Marcel Dargis

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Marcel Dargis was born in 1928 in Cap de Madeline, Trois Rivieres, Quebec, Canada and began painting at age seven.  

Solo Exhibitions

1981 “Marcel Dargis un peintre surprenant, un nom a retenir”, L’Heureux Gallery, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

1983 Marie-Pierre Gallery, Sorel, Canada

1986 L’Heureux Gallery, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

2001 Pierre-Boucher Museum, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

 

Group Exhibitions

1982 Art du Parc Gallery, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

1983 L’Heureux Gallery, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

1984 L’Heureux Gallery, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

Triennial, Culture Center, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

1985 International Salon of Art, Palais des Congres de Montreal, Montreal, Canada

1987 International Naïve painters’ exhibition, Morges, Switzerland

1990 Beaux-Arts Museum, Sherbrooke, Canada

Laurier Museum, Victoriaville

Region Museum, Vaudreuil Soulanges

Pierre-Boucher Museum, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

1992 Art du Parc Gallery, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

1993 Jeannine Blais Gallery, North Hatley, Canada

1995 Pierre-Boucher Museum, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

Museum of Civilization, Quebec, Canada

1996 Maison Rodolphe Duguay, Nicolet, Canada

Museum of Civilization, Quebec, Canada

1998 Naïve Art, Tunisia, Tunis

Naïve Art, St-Malo, France

2003 Pierre-Boucher Museum, Trois-Rivierse, Canada

2007 “Naïve-Joie de Vivre”, Gina Gallery of International Naïve Art, Tel Aviv

 

Prizes

1960 First prize Fonctionnaires provinciaux de Quebec, Quebec, Canada

1969 Second prize Salon de Arts Exposition, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

1993 Second prize International Naïve Art competition, North Hatley, Canada

 

Public Collections

Trimark Investment, Toronto, Canada

Pierre-Boucher Museum, Trois-Rivieres, Canada

Museum of Civilization, Quebec, Canada

Crete et Fils St—Severin, Quebec, Canada

Heenan Blaikie, Trois Rivieres, Canada

Caisse Populaires, Cap de la Madeleine, Trois Rivieres, Canada

Gaz Metropolitain, Montreal, Canada

Jean Chretien, Prime Minister of Canada