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It was quite a surprise coming across this mural on the side of a 2 story building located at the edge of Parc de la Cetière on Rue Dame Notre in Lower Quebec. It's a perfect site for this colorful trompe l'oeil painting as there...More
This mural fills the entire side of a 5-story building and is a sight to behold. It also benefits from having a large open space in front of it so the mural can be appreciated in the proper perspective. The mural is so large that...More
I believe this is the largest of a series of frescoes in the city, designed and painted by a group of a dozen artists within the last twenty years or so. They depict historical scenes and are superbly trompe l'oeil. Do make sure you see...More
There are a number of buildings scattered throughout Quebec that seem to have been allowed to depict art. Looking at them in general I couldn’t work out if there was a theme or it was a way to brighten up the ends or sides of...More
If you are at the Place Royale you are very close to this mural.
This fresco pays tribute to historic personage. I should have pay more attention. It is at the image of the neighbourhood, it fits perfectly in this area.
An historian can have...More
Great to hear about the history of the mural and to try and find the dog and cats. Spoilt only by the five tourists who keep taking millions of photos of themselves with their peace fingers.....be more courteous of others.