Evening, Les Eboulements is an oil on wood painting by A.Y Jackson created between 1924-1930. The painting measures 21.4 x 26.7 cm and is part of the Quebec and Canadian Art collection. It was previously owned by Paul Duval from Toronto before being sold at an auction for a remarkable $84,000.
A.Y Jackson was a member of the famous Group of Seven and played a significant role in defining Canada’s visual identity through his paintings. He spent time in Les Éboulements, Quebec, where he drew inspiration from the stunning scenery to create many works depicting it. Evening, Les Eboulements was one such masterpiece that impressed art enthusiasts enough to feature it on a Canadian stamp in 1995.
Several other works featuring Les Éboulements by A.Y Jackson have sold for significant amounts at auctions over the years, indicating how sought after they are among collectors around the world. With its intricate details and excellent use of color contrast, Evening, Les Eboulements showcases A.Y Jackson’s talent as an artist and his love for this particular location through vivid brushstrokes capturing the essence of this breathtaking view uniquely.