Technique : Oil, watercolour, pastel
Pfeiffer Gordon Edward was born in Quebec City. He studied with A. Bonham in Quebec City and in Paris. He was influenced by Horatio Walker, Andre Bieler, and Robert Pilot. He travelled and painted in England, Ireland, Newfoundland, and Quebec. He was especially inspired by the Island of Orleans and the region of Charlevoix. Using different mediums he is known for his rosy-hued landscapes, Quebec City scenes, and nudes. He moved to Montreal in 1943. Pfeiffer exhibited with the RCA in 1927-1952, and the AAM/MMF in 1928-1954.
- His work is included in many museums, galleries as well as in private collections.