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Nouveau Cimetière de la Paroisse de Montréal

Nouveau Cimetière de la Paroisse de Montréal

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People

  • Fabrique de Notre Dame (creator)
  • Pierre-Louis Morin (architect)
  • Fabrique de Notre Dame (archive creator)

Title

Nouveau Cimetière de la Paroisse de Montréal

Dates of creation

1842

Level of archival description

File 3

Extent and Medium

  • 1 drawing

Scope and Content

File documents Pierre-Louis Morin's project for a cemetery in Montréal, Québec. Material in this file was produced in 1842.

File contains a drawing.

Reference Number

AP099.S3.D3

Location

Montréal Island of Montréal Québec Canada

Inventory

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    • Reference Number: AR1996:1001:196
    • Title: Plan for the Nouveau Cimetière de la Paroisse de Montréal, perhaps an enlargement of the Cimetière du faubourg Saint-Antoine (also known as l'Ancien Cimetière Catholique), Montréal
    • Dates of creation: 1842
    • Form: drawings

    People:

    • Pierre-Louis Morin (architect)
    • Pierre-Louis Morin (draughtsman)
    • Fabrique de Notre Dame (archive creator)

    Quantity / Object type:

    1 drawing(s)

    Stage and Purpose:

    • presentation drawing (proposal)

    Technique and media:

    Pen and black ink with grey ? watercolour

    Dimensions:

    sheet: 64.5 x 126.8 cm

    Drawing Type:

    • line drawing
    • mechanical drawing (tool-aided drawing)

    Method of Projection:

    • plan (drawing)
    • site plan

    Point of View:

    • general view
    • exterior view
    • plan view

    Physical Description:

    - Most of the drawing and inscriptions are illegible due to darkened varnish throughout. The drawing is damaged and fragile.

    Inscription:

    inscribed, dated and signed - by the draughtsman, in pen and black ink, c.l. to c.: "Ancien Cimetiere"; c.r.: with title and "1842"; l.r.: "P.L. Morin. Géomètre."; and in various locations: with street names, building names, and names on cemetery plots stamped - in blue ink, u.r.: with a stamp comprised of an encircled harp and the word "LURCAN" [upside down]; and "ALL PURE LINEN" [upside down]; and c.r.: with a stamp comprised of an encircled harp, a crown, a wreath and two thistles [upside down] inscribed - by an unknown hand, in graphite, verso, c.l.: "cimetiere" [sideways]

    Location:

    Montréal Island of Montréal Québec Canada

    Subject:

    • architecture

    Credit line:

    Fonds de la Fabrique Notre-Dame de Montréal, en dépôt au CCA/
    Fonds de la Fabrique Notre-Dame de Montréal, on deposit at the CCA

    Folder Number:

    99-00-04

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