Joseph Giunta

Joseph Giunta was born October 2nd, 1911, in Montreal. In 1925, at the age of 14, he took a drawing course from Adrien Hébert and Johnny Johnstone. Five years later, he studied at the Montreal School of Fine-Arts with Felix Maillard and Joseph St-Charles. He also followed courses with Edmond Dyonnet and he undertook his studies in Boston. In 1936, Joseph Giunta held his first exhibit with Marc-Aurèle Fortin. In 1956, he traveled to France and Italy in order to study and observe. He also participated in group exhibits, which included the “Coin des Arts”, the Montreal Museum of fine-Arts and at the “Pavilion du Quebec”, in Osaka, Japan in 1970. The same year, he took part in traveling exhibits in different galleries throughout Quebec.

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