Lucienne Heuvelmans

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

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] Huevelmans won the Grande Prix de Rome for sculpture in 1911 for her work, The Sister of Orestes Guarding Her Brother's Sleep..[3]


  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.