Mario Merola and Pierre Osterrath
Stained-glass windows (1978)
Antique stained glass
Restored with the financial support of the ministère des Transports du Québec
These two stained-glass windows, chiefly in blue with red and yellow accents, enhance the natural light they admit into this deep station. They were created by Mario Merola, who called on Pierre Osterrath to bring them to life.
Did you know?
This huge jigsaw puzzle of more than 15,000 pieces of glass includes no fewer than 800 different colours.
About the artists
Born in Montréal in 1931, Mario Merola is a versatile artist best known for his works integrated into public buildings. Pierre Osterrath was born in Hony, Belgium, in 1939; after emigrating to Québec in 1953, he continued the family profession of glass art.