Saint-Laurent (Claude Vermette)

Claude Vermette

Murals (1966)

Location: platforms

Architects Brassard and Warren took the initiative to hire ceramist Claude Vermette to decorate the station. Composed of glazed ceramic tiles, these twelve murals add a splash of colour to the platforms.

Did you know?

Near the end of his life, Claude Vermette created five murals for the Beaver Lake pavilion in Mount Royal Park.

About the artist

Born in Montréal, Claude Vermette (1930-2006) won renown as a ceramist, particularly with his artworks integrated with architecture. He worked with numerous architects, engineers, and other artists, including a collaboration with Jean-Paul Mousseau on the circles at Peel station.

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