THE
GREAT
MU
RAL

The Great Mural

André Cornellier’s The Great Mural presents a contemporary fresco of Montréal that embraces scenes from daily life over the course of a year. We see the four seasons, chronicled from day to night.
This captivating mural attests to the city’s evolution as well as to the metamorphosis of artistic representations throughout history.

Consisting of 1,400 photographs, The Great Mural is 15 feet by 70 feet.

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THE GREAT MURAL
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THE GREAT MURAL
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The Great Mural 1998
© André Cornellier 1996
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Night
© André Cornellier 1996
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Night, downtown
© André Cornellier 1996
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Winter - east
© André Cornellier 1996
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Downtown
© André Cornellier 1996
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Winter - east
© André Cornellier 1996
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West
© André Cornellier 1996
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Downtown
© André Cornellier 1996
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Engraving
Thomas Patten 1762
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Panorama
William Notman 1896