Bruno Cote Wanted for Purchase or Consignment

(1940 - 2010)

Born and raised in Quebec, Bruno Cote was known for his daring and dramatic palette, for his expertise in capturing light and shadow, and for his powerful brush strokes. His spontaneous response to the Canadian countryside captured the immediacy of nature and is at the heart of his art.

Bruno Cote was recognized as the leading interpreter of the Quebec landscape is widely viewed across Canada and abroad, in private, public and corporate collections.

Historical Sale Highlights

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Whistle Making Time in Manitoba
William Kurelek
oil (18x19 in) 1971
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Quebec From Levis
Robert Pilot
oil on panel (7x9.5 in) 1928
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2 pots
Emily Carr
terracotta (3.25x5.25 in) 1920
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Fall Near the Rockies
Roland Gissing
oil (24x30 in) 1935
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Houses and Trees (Round Forms II)
David Milne
oil on canvas (18x24 in) 1915
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Arden Village
Alfred Joseph Casson
oil (9.5x11 in) 1957
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Late Light, Heenan Point, LOTW
Robert Genn
Acrylic on canvas (11x14 in)
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Sans Titre
Marcelle Ferron
oil (39x51 in) 1954
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Robin
Leo Mol
Ceramic (4.25x2.25x3.25 in) 1960
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Evening Sail Sounds
Adrian Dingle
oil on panel (27x48 inch)
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