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Born in Antwerp in 1929, Helsmoortel studied classical art in Europe with the patronage of Queen Elizabeth of Belgium.
He arrived in the United States in 1959 after having exhibited his
colossal sculpture (30 ft x 100 ft) at the 1958 Brussels World's
Fair. Some of his inspiration comes from a time when he lived
with Pablo Casals.
His works are on display in Europe and North America, for example: 1958
World's Fair entrance, Pavilion du Gaz, Brussels, Belgium, (Mural
Painting)/Morse College Library, Yale University, New Haven (Painting);
American Airlines Terminal Building, Kennedy Airport (Mural; Place
Ville Marie, Montréal (Aluminum Sculpture); Time & Life Building,
New York ( Paintings); American National Bank, Fort Lauderdale (Mobile
Sculpture); Alcan Building, London (Aluminum Sculpture); Palm Springs
General Hospital, Palm Springs (Metal Sculpture); Forte
(Bas Relief + Sculpture in Concrete); 1974 the Center, Miami
(Sculpture); Temple of Beth Moshe, North Miami (Sculptures in
Metal); Southern Bell (ATT), (Bas Relief).
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