There’s no shortage of sensational spots to visit in Vancouver if you’re an art enthusiast. Whether it’s to check out work by local and international artists or to take a step back in time to admire original Old Master paintings and sculptures (created 1800’s and upwards), you can do it here.
Two years ago, LeSoleil Fine Art Gallery opened its doors on Howe Street, bringing over 50 years experience in the art industry and providing the knowledge of investment-quality fine art.
Today, LeSoleil is home to one of BC’s most impressive collections valued at $90 million.
The gallery presents two floors with more than 1,000 original paintings and sculptures by established local, Canadian, modern-day contemporary, French impressionist, 20th century, and Old Masters artists.
You’ll find everything from original Pablo Ruiz Picasso paintings, to original Pierre-August Renoir works, and over 60 originals by Keith Haring, Edouard Cortes, Wassily Kandinsky, Joseph Le Tessier, Grant Wood, Raoul Dufy, and many more.
The best part? Admission to this wonderful Fine Art Gallery is FREE. You can visit to view all of the paintings and sculptures on display, which can also be purchased to own.
Plus, you don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to see the new arrival, Pisa 89 — an original painting by Keith Haring.
LeSoleil is privately owned and actively involved in the community, supporting local businesses and charities. The Gallery holds events from artist openings to classical contemporary concerts.
Find out more before you visit at lesoleilfineart.com.
Where: 100, 535 Howe Street, Vancouver
Email: [email protected]soleilfineart.com