The Art

Art critic Don Rouge-Humber has called Pachter “the Cézanne of contemporary pop art in Canada”. From his expressionist works of the 1960s to the cool icons of recent years, Pachter’s art covers an enormous range of content and style.

 

CP as Don Rouge-Humber 99 copy

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PAINTING

GRAPHICS

SCULPTURE

BOOKS

 

Leslie 1954

Charles’ drawing, age 12 , of his dog Leslie, oil crayon, 1954

 

Vers Le Soleil 63

 

Vers le Soleil, watercolour, Paris 1962

 

Eye and the Cat 69

EYE & THE CAT, lithograph 1969

 

EUCLID HOUSE 64

 

Grandmother’s House, oil on masonite, 1964

 

 

 

CP Cranbrook 1965

 

illustrating & printing folios of Margaret Atwood’s poetry, Cranbrook Academy of Art, 1964-66

 

PEBBLES

 

 

HIYA DOLLS

The Hiya Dolls, (his mother’s bridge club) acrylic on canvas,1966

 

And We'll All Be There to Meet Her copy

And We’ll All Be There to Greet Her, lithograph & silkscreen, Calgary, 1969

MOUNTIE 1970

Noblesse Oblige, lithograph & silkscreen, Calgary 1970

Streetcar Headdress 1972

Streetcar Headdress. serigraph 1971

 

 

 

 

 

Queen on Moose 1972

Queen on Moose, acrylic and pencil on canvas board, 1972

 

 

 

 

 

The Curtsey Triptych 1972

 

 

The Curtsey Triptych, acrylic on canvas boards, 1972

 

 

Royal Family on the Rocks 1974

 

Royals on the Rocks, acrylic on canvas, 1971

 

COLD COMFORT 1984

Cold Comfort, acrylic & pencil on canvas,1983

 

 

METRO MOURNING

Metro Mourning 1984

 

 

Two Plus One 1984

Two Plus One 1984

 

SIMCOE'S ILLUSION

Simcoe’s Illusion, acrylic & pencil on canvas, 1991

 

 

Red Barn Reflected 24x36 88

Red Barn Reflected 1989

HOVER 2006 copy

Hover 2006