Francesco Iacurto

Francesco Iacurto was born in 1908 in Montreal, Quebec. In 1929, he graduated from the Montreal School of Fine Arts, the Colarossi Academy and the “Académie de la Grande Chaumière” in Paris, France. In 1928, he is awarded a silver medal by the French Consul. In 1984, he received the acknowledgment from the Lt-Governor of Quebec. In 1956, he became the first Canadian artist allowed to paint in the Vatican Gardens. His paintings are exposed in the following museums: the French America Museum, the La Baie Museum in Saguenay, the Augustines Museum, the Fine Arts Museum of Canada, the Quebec Museum and the Pierre Boucher Museum in Trois-Rivières. He died in 2001.

Here are Works of Art that we have by Francesco Iacurto

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