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Festival's Permanent Collection

Let yourself be tempted by our magnificent silkscreens taken from the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal’s permanent collection!

All our silkscreens are numbered, limited edition prints signed by the artist and come with a certificate of authenticity. They are available as single prints or framed using conservation framing techniques to assure that the print is preserved for years to come.

The silkscreen transfer is not merely a simple reproduction; it is a work of art that may sometimes incorporate new creative elements added by the artist and the screen printer. The process is subject to a very strict code of ethics that does justice to the artist’s original work. Given that its cost is much lower than that of an original piece, it is an excellent way to start a collection!

All our silkscreens are on sale on site at the Galerie Lounge TD. You can also order unframed prints (subject to shipping and insurance costs). For more information please contact us at GalerieLoungeTD@equipespectra.ca.


Alfred Pellan

Alfred Pellan is incontestably among the artists to have made the greatest contribution to the advancement of modern art in Canada. His singular oeuvre testifies to his thirst for freedom in the face of restrictive doctrines and conventional movements. [More…]

Armand Vaillancourt

Gifted with spectacular creativity and powered by inexhaustible energy, he has spent 50 years sculpting, painting and performing, and is distinguished by the innovation and daring of his work. [More…]

Carl-Antonyn Dufault

The Festival International de Jazz de Montréal is very proud to announce the acquisition of two pieces by artist Carl-Antonyn Dufault, presented in the exhibition hall of the Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme during the 2016 summer edition: Montréal Été/Hiver QDS and Montréal Jour/Nuit QDS. [More…]


Corno’s art is passionate, extravagant, colourful, and urban. New York City’s vitality, where she has lived now for almost 20 years, explodes on huge canvases. She continually sheds new light on the human body via bold brush strokes and flamboyant colors. [More…]

Diane Dufresne

Painter, singer and author, Diane Dufresne is consumed by a constant need to create. This accomplished multidisciplinary artist first became interested in design as applied to the conception of stage costumes and décor. [More…]

Francis X. Pavy

Born in Lafayette on March 2, 1954, Francis X. Pavy is one of Louisiana’s most significant artists of his generation. He has had solo exhibits in New York, Aspen, Houston, Los Angeles, and New Orleans as well as in France and Switzerland. [More…]

Frédéric Back

A devoted, tireless and meticulous artist, Frédéric Back was known for his generosity and ardent commitment. Back has not only left behind an enormous body of work but a lasting message of hope. [More…]

Jean-Paul Riopelle

Jean-Paul Riopelle (1923-2002) is one of a handful of Canadian painters to gain recognition on an international level. A man of oversized appetites, an intrepid traveler and lover of nature, his immense body of work occupies an important place in the history of art in Quebec, Canada and the entire world. [More…]


Jimi Hendrix

Hailed as the greatest guitarist of all time by Rolling Stone magazine in 2003, Hendrix only recorded 4 albums during his brief, incandescent career. [More…]

Lhasa De Sela

A multi-talented artist, Lhasa de Sela began to paint and draw at the same time she started to sing—at the age of thirteen. [More…]

Marcel Barbeau

A student under Borduas and a signatory of the Refus global manifesto, Marcel Barbeau established himself as a pioneer in a number of memorably significant artistic movements—abstract expressionism, minimalism, Op Art…—in painting as well as sculpture. [More…]

Miles Davis

Miles Davis (1926-1991) was as masterful with brush and canvas as he was on a stage with a trumpet. His paintings are as rich, original and brimming with cadence as his music. [More…]

Miyuki Tanobe

Born in Morioka, Japan on December 20, 1937, Miyuki Tanobe began studying art at 11 years of age. She graduated from the University of Fine Arts in Tokyo where the main focus of her studies was the Nihonga technique. [More…]

Richard Séguin

Renowned as a peerlessly talented singer-songwriter and performer, Richard Séguin is one of those artists whose work reaches the soul and spans eras. Moving skillfully between music and visual arts, his poetry crosses all boundaries. [More…]

Robert Lapalme

Born in Montreal in 1908, Robert LaPalme is considered one of Canada’s most gifted caricaturists of the 20th century. Self-taught, he drew since early childhood and claimed his talent was innate. [More…]

Serge Lemoyne

At once free-spirited and committed, Serge Lemoyne’s mission was to debunk the myths surrounding creativity and to knock down the walls between the close-knit or exclusive worlds of the arts and the greater public. More intuitive than rational, his work embraced painting and sculpture as well as public art and “happenings”. [More…]

Tony Bennett (Anthony Benedetto)

As a youth growing up in the modest Astoria neighbourhood of Queens, New York, Anthony Dominick Benedetto was already devoted to drawing and had begun his initiation into the world of art. [More…]


Tshi (1965-2013) is internationally renowned for his portraits of musical performers and his features in the cultural press. He has won numerous prizes, including two National Magazine Awards and one Félix. In 1999, he had the privilege of meeting and photographing Oscar Peterson at his home in Mississauga. [More…]

Yves Archambault

Posterist and illustrator Yves Archambault has created the official posters for the Festival International de Jazz de Montréal for over 20 years. Gifted with an immense talent that never ceases to amaze collectors, our artist in residence produces original artworks glowing with visual poetry. [More…]


In the late 1970s, under cover of the night, Zïlon was one of the first artists to adorn the darkened and dilapidated walls of our city with immense temporary works coming straight out of underground culture. [More…]