Jules Lasalle

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Jules Lasalle
Born (1957-04-01) April 1, 1957 (age 58)
Saint-Michel-des-Saints, Quebec
Nationality Canada
Notable work commemorative monuments

Jules Lasalle (b. April 1, 1957, Saint-Michel-des-Saints, Quebec, Canada) is a sculptor living and working in Montreal. He has made many commemorative monuments that can be seen in Montreal, Longueuil, Quebec city, and other places...

Works[edit]

In 2012 the Canadian Pauline Marois unveiled a statue by Lasalle of Idola Saint-Jean, Thérèse Casgrain and Marie-Claire Kirkland. The statue was to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Kirkland being made the first Canadian female minister.[1]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Monument to women in politics, Radio Canada, in French, retrieved 28 December 2014
  2. ^ Hommage aux femmes qui consacrèrent leur vie à l'instruction et à l'éducation
  3. ^ Université Laval: Monument aux frères éducateurs
  4. ^ Maurice Richard's Monument Unveiled
  5. ^ Notre-Dame du Sacré-Cœur and saint Anne
  6. ^ Prix Lux
  7. ^ "Deportation" sculpture project
  8. ^ Robert Bourassa's monument and biographical notes on Jules Lasalle
  9. ^ La statue mesurera huit pieds et sourira
  10. ^ Statue de bronze de Jean Béliveau coulée à Inverness
  11. ^ Un bronze pour Béliveau