Artist Biography — Roland Giguère
Publié par Maurice Attias le
**Albert Dumouchel** Albert Dumouchel (1916-1971) was one of the most influential and pioneering figures in modern art in Quebec. He was a professor, artistic director, photographer, musician, engraver and painter. From the age of 8, he studied violin, singing and piano; he perfected his singing skills with Rodolphe Plamondon. And in 1936, the Valleyfield Seminary entrusted him with his art studio where he taught until 1949. In 1945, in Montreal, he participated in "exquisite corpse" experiments with Léon Bellefleur, Jean Benoit, Jean Léonard, Mimi Parent and Alfred Pellan.He also became a professor of drawing, art history, advertising and photography at...
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