our directors

The Brousseau Inuit Art Gallery is managed jointly by Mr. Raymond Brousseau, Ms. Lyse Brousseau and Mr. Jean-François Brousseau.

M. Raymond Brousseau

Mr. Raymond Brousseau

Executive Director

Collector first, then art dealer, Mr. Raymond Brousseau has been passionate about Inuit art since the 1950s. His goal, since the opening of his first gallery in 1974, remains the same: to showcase this remarkable art in Quebec, in Canada and in Europe.

Ms. Lyse Brousseau


A trained museographer, Ms. Lyse Brousseau has put together numerous art exhibitions over the course of her career and was responsible for the design and spatial installation of the gallery. She manages the operations of the gallery together with her son, Jean-François.



As the director of the Brousseau Inuit Art Gallery, Jean-François Brousseau gave himself the mission of selecting the greatest works of art available in all the Inuit Co-operatives of the Canadian Arctic. Hence, he encourages the work of contemporary artists in order to promote Inuit culture through art.

Our Clients

Whether they are new customers, collectors, businesses or institutions, the gallery profits from many loyal clients such as:

The National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario

Musée de la Civilisation, Quebec, Quebec

Musée des Confluences, Lyon, France

The Canadian Museum of History, Gatineau, Quebec

The Government of Quebec, Quebec

The Legislative Assembly of Quebec, Protocol Office, Quebec

Fondation Bernard et Caroline de Watteville, Suisse

Bombardier inc. Montréal

Our selection of unique and original pieces