(1920 - 2001)
Charles Daudelin was active/lived in Quebec / Canada. Charles Daudelin is known for sculpture, teaching, stage sets, marionettes, book illustration.
Biography Charles Daudelin
Charles Daudelin, OQ, sculptor (born 1 Oct 1920 in Granby, QC; died 2 April 2001 in Pointe-Claire, QC). He worked in the studio of Québec goldsmith Gilles Beaugrand (1939–41) and went to the École du meuble in Montréal. Between 1944 and 1945, Daudelin made two visits to New York, where he visited the atelier of Fernand Léger. Between 1946 and 1948, he spent time in Paris, where he regularly saw Léger and met the sculptor Henri Laurens, who he would meet a number of times.
Daudelin taught at the École des Beaux-arts in Montréal from 1964 to 1968. He was the recipient of second prizes in the Concours artistiques du Québec for painting (1946) and sculpture (1964 and 1969). Daudelin created important pieces for the National Arts Centre
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