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Heffel Fine Art Auction House is delighted to offer MOOSELUNAR – ORIGNALUNAIRE, a stunning painting by Charles Pachter through its online auction of Post-War and Contemporary Art in November 2021.

Consignor proceeds from the sale of this work will benefit the AMICITIA France-Canada national monument that will be erected in Ottawa at the Beechwood National Cemetery to commemorate more than four centuries of shared history and more than 90 years of official diplomatic relations between France and Canada.


The auction will be held at from November 4 to 25, 2021. To participate in this auction, please register online here.

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Charles Pachter, 2016


acrylic on canvas,
dimensions: framed 34" x 34"

"I believe that the Amicitia monument is a noble gesture that will artistically portray the  

longstanding special relationship between France and Canada.

I am pleased to be able to offer one of my recent paintings up for auction to help raise funds for the construction of this impressive  monument, due to start in July.

The moose, noble king of the forest, has been a recurring theme in my work for over forty years."

- Charles Pachter


One of Canada’s leading contemporary artists, Charles Pachter is a painter, printmaker, sculptor, designer, historian, and lecturer.


His iconic pop images of the queen, moose, and maple leaf flag celebrate Canada’s cultural heritage with wit and whimsy.


Pachter’s contributions to Canadian culture have been recognized with honorary doctorates from Brock University, OCAD University, the University of Toronto, and Lakehead University.


He is an Officer of the Order of Canada, a member of the Order of Ontario, a Chevalier of France’s Order of Arts and Letters and a recipient of the Queen’s Golden and Diamond Jubilee medals.


Pachter studied at the University of Toronto, the Sorbonne, and at the Cranbrook Academy of Art in the USA. His work has been exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum, and the McMichael Gallery.


He has held solo exhibitions in France, Germany, Japan, the UK, India, and Bangladesh.


He is represented in public and private collections around the world. >

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