Leo Mol, Available Artwork

Fawn
Leo Mol
Ceramic (7x5.5x2.5 in) 1956
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Square Dancers
Leo Mol
Ceramic (10.5x7.75x5 in) 1953
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Michelle 6/15
Leo Mol
Bronze (20x8x5 in) 1991
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Seated Nude
Leo Mol
Conte Crayon (22.75x14.5 in) 1964
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Foundry at Birdshill Studio
Leo Mol
Oil on Panel (11.75x15.75 in) 1976
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Opeongo lake, Algonquin Park Ont.
Leo Mol
Oil on Panel (12x16 in) 1967
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An Old Farm in Spring
Leo Mol
Oil on Panel (12x16 in) 1982
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Chelsea, Gatineau, QC
Leo Mol
oil on panel (11x14 in) 1967
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Pioneer Cabin
Leo Mol
Oil on Panel (12x16 in) 1981
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Portrait of Inuit Youth
Leo Mol
Pastel on paper (16x12.5 in) 1960
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Henry Ave. Winnipeg
Leo Mol
Oil on Panel (12x16 in) 1980
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Wrestling Bear Cubs
Leo Mol
Ceramic (5x5.25x5 in) 1959
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Selkirk Manitoba Boat Storage
Leo Mol
Oil on Panel (12x16 in)
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Hope 42/50
Leo Mol
bronze (18x6x4 in) 1995
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Square Dancers
Leo Mol
Porcelain (10.5x8.75x5 in) 1954
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Female Nude
Leo Mol
pastel (21x14 in) 1965
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Smiling Nude aw3433
Leo Mol
conte crayon (12x9.25 in) 1985
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Recollection_aw3239
Leo Mol
conte crayon (16x8 in) 1982
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Tranquil Interlude_aw3233
Leo Mol
conte crayon (7.75x13.5 in) 1965
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Quietly Waiting_3231
Leo Mol
conte crayon (11x8.25 in) 1996
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Leo Mol

(1915 - 2009) RCA

Photo of Leo Mol

Leo Mol was born in Ukraine in 1915. He studied at the Leningrad Academy of Arts and later continued his studies in Berlin and the Hague. In 1948 he and his wife, Margaret, came to Canada and made their home in Winnipeg. A sculptor of world renown, he carried out commissions of world figures such as Pope John Paul II, Dwight D. Eisenhower, and John Diefenbaker. He was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy and in 1989 was appointed an officer of the Order of Canada in recognition of his artistic contributions to his adopted country. The Leo Mol Sculpture Garden officially opened in Winnipeg’s Assiniboine Park in 1992. Since that time the garden has attracted visitors from around the world and enriched the cultural life of Winnipeg.

Links

Leo Mol in Light and Shadow
1994 NFB Documentary by Elise Swerhone (48 min 41 s)

Mol Windows in Sts Vladimir and Olga Cathedral
Site of the Institute for Stained Glass in Canada, page dedicated to the windows of Sts Vladimir and Olga Cathedral, Winnipeg

Mol Catalogue Raisonne Call for Artwork

Sculpture Garden

Exploring the Life of Leo Mol
Community News story recognizing young Balmoral Hall Student’s Leo Mol studies.

Consignments

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