Lucienne Heuvelmans

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Lucienne HEUVELMANS, Prix de Rome 1911.
Bronze and Ivory, 1930.

Lucienne Heuvelmans (1885–1944) was a French sculptor and illustrator.

She was born in the 12th arrondissement of Paris on December 25 from Osval Heuvelmans, designer and cabinetmaker, and Donatilde Sandra, milliner.

Heuvelmans trained at the École des Beaux-Arts, where she studied with Laurent Marqueste, Emmanuel Hannaux, and Denys Puech.[1] After an unsuccessful bid in 1908,[2] Heuvelmans won the Grande Prix de Rome for sculpture in 1911 for her work, The Sister of Orestes Guarding Her Brother's Sleep..[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Arwas, Victor (1992). Art Deco Sculpture. St. Martin's Press. 
  2. ^ Rosenstiel, Leonie (2013). Nadia Boulanger: A Life in Music. New York: W. W. Norton & Company. ISBN 0393317137. 
  3. ^ Katherine Augusta Westcott, Tingley (1911). "Screen of Time". The Theosophical Path: Illustrated Monthly 1. Retrieved February 9, 2015.