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Monique Mol

Belgium Born in: 1939

Born in Gentbrugge in 1939
She is a Sculptor - Céeamiste - Jewelry

Westhoek Academy, Koksijde
Management: Walter Vilain
Prof .: Mouton en Stikkers

The statues testify to his incessant search to present man in his physical and deep psyche. His respect for all men leads him, despite a resemblance of the external forms, to create for each statue its own intimate atmosphere.

The expansive force of his works explodes in the mixture of banal forms with the meaning of life and in the transformation of the material to the psychic.
The most important quality of an artist is the power to transform her fantasy into plastic forms.
"Monique Mol's works contain this potential capacity, which each of her works expresses." (Walter Vilain, director of the school of fine arts in Koksijde)

She exhibits in several cities of the country: Saint-Trond, Aalst, Charleroi, Knokke, Maaseik and abroad Paris, Strasbourg, Beaune (Fr.) Goes and Utrecht (Netherlands) and Hongkong etc.
She has also obtained several awards of excellence: Gold Medal in Brussels, Gold Medal with Palmes du Mérite Artistique Européen. First prize for the sculptures in Cavalaire-sur-Mer in France.

Permanent exhibition at his studio in Beauvoorde.

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Few works remaining by Monique Mol

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Monique Mol, Jeanne, Sculpture

Monique Mol

Jeanne, 2005
25.2 x 7.3 x 5.9 inch


Monique Mol, Marius assis, Sculpture

Monique Mol

Marius assis, 2000
21.3 x 5.7 x 10.8 inch


Monique Mol, Joseph en marche, Sculpture

Monique Mol

Joseph en marche, 2002
22 x 6.7 x 5.9 inch


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