Banaras No 4 David Bolduc

18 × 15.25 inches
45.72 × 38.74 cm
Framed Size
27 × 24 inches
68.58 × 60.96 cm

A yellow and green designed oblong floats on a striped ground of orange and rust in this colorful watercolour by David Bolduc. The title of the work reveals the inspiration of the Indian city of Banaras on the Ganga River. Born in Toronto, David Bolduc (1945-2010) attended the Ontario College of Art and then the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts School until 1965. In 1968, Bolduc received a Canada Council Grant that allowed him to travel in Europe and Asia for eight months. He continued to travel extensively over the next 33 years while exhibiting annually at public and commercial galleries. In his abstract paintings and drawings, rich in historical references from his travels, Bolduc uses curated organic motifs often placing them at the center of a painterly ground. The artist’s vibrant and joyful colors continue the traditions of modernism he embraced in the work of Bush as well as Henri Matisse. Bolduc’s work is held in private, corporate and public collections including the Art Gallery of Hamilton, the Art Gallery of Ontario and the National Gallery of Canada.

Ask a Consultant Hold for 48 hours Purchase Sales & Shipping Policy

Purchase Banaras No 4

Send me more info on Banaras No 4

Please hold Banaras No 4 for 48 hours