Madeleine Lamont is a Toronto-based artist and received her BFA Degree from York
University, Toronto, Canada in 1990. Working primarily in oil on canvas, she Phas exhibited her work in museums and galleries both Nationally and Internationally and has been the recipient of
numerous grants and awards. Her work is regularly published in prestigious art and design
publications such as Canadian House and Home, Style at HomeThe Globe and Mail and Cmagazine.
Her work has also been showcased in numerous film and television shows such as Cityline
and Steven and Chris. Her work has been written about and reviewed by some of the
most influential art critics in Canada, including Daniel Baird, Gary Micheal Dault, formerly with The Globe and Mail, and Toronto Star's Peter Goddard.
Goddard described Lamont's paintings as "great romantic gestures
... Her aim to piece together an organic beauty in a fleeting
psychological moment is done so sumptuously". Baird described
her large canvases as "luxuriant and expressive" and her miniatures
as "pristine and lyrical."
Toronto Arts Council,
The Ontario Arts Council
The Canada Arts Council.
PUBLIC COMMISSIONS and SELECTED COLLECTIONS:
The Art On Public Lands, Visual Arts Centre of Clarington
The Koffler Gallery, Toronto.
Government of Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs for The New Nato Chancery Building in Brussels
Belgium, in 2017.
Princess Margret Hospital Lottery Foundation
Four Seasons Hotel
Brian Gluckstein Design
Private collections throughout Canada, the United States,
Europe, Australia and Asia