Monique and Gisèle Benoit: inspired and prolific painters!
In just a few clicks, discover the paintings of these artists grouped in thematic collections!
A selection of original paintings exhibited at the Monique and Gisèle Benoit Wildlife Art Centre.
Monique and Gisèle Benoit studied wolves and most of the nordic predators in the wild. Their paintings celebrate the beauty of these animals, often victims of popular myths.
Canadian deer species are among the wild muses most often painted by Monique and Gisèle Benoit.
Through the Benoits’ oils and gouaches discover a wild bird sanctuary where only the songs are missing!
Impressed by Rocky Mountain wildlife and scenery, Monique and Gisèle Benoit have often visited the provinces of Alberta and British Columbia. Their observations are the basis for spectacular paintings!
Unusual subjects in the Benoits’ artistic production: between dream and reality, discover a collection of paintings having as themes characters, symbolic scenes or wild world rarities. These so-called "special" paintings are intended for educational exhibitions. They belong to the Benoits’ private collection.
Above, Monique Blaquière-Benoit; below, her daughter Gisèle.
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