Technique: Oil, watercolor and pastel


Gordon Edward Pfeiffer was born in Quebec in 1899.

He studied arts with A. Bonham in Quebec and then continued his studies in Paris. His artistic career was influenced by Horatio Walker, André Bieler and Robert Pilot. He traveled and painted in England, Ireland, Newfoundland and Quebec, particularly in the Charlevoix region and Île d'Orléans.

Using several pictorial techniques, he is known especially for his landscapes, his scenes of Quebec City and his nude scenes. In 1943, he moved to Montreal. Between 1927 and 1952, he exhibited with RCA as well as with AAM/MMFA, between 1928 and 1954.


His works are part of numerous collections of museums, galleries, but also private collections.