Important Ceramic Wall Sculpture by Claude Théberge

Important ceramic wall sculpture by Claude Théberge Signed: "Théberge 65",  Canada c.1965. This rare mural is composed of 19 pieces of ceramic relief sculptures assembled together on a plywood support . Provenance: Private collection Robin Déry Montreal Canada In the early to mid 1950's Claude Théberge studied in France at l'École supérieure des Beaux Arts et des Art décoratifs de Paris, winner of U.N. prize in 1956 with a work made for peace, George Braques invited him to exhibit to the"Internationale Universitaire" of Berlin. Several of his works were made for institutional and public places such as parcs and subway stations in Montreal Canada. The works of Claude Theberge enrich several public and private collections: L’Oreal-Lancôme, the Desjardins Movement, Esso, the Bank of Montreal, the Laurentienne, the World Trade Center of Toronto, the City of Clichy (France), the Aerospatiale (France), the Kennedy Collection (Boston), the Hannah Collection (Chicago)

64.5 in.
42.5 in.
4 in.
Very good over all condition, some small restored edge chips and restorations.

Circa 1965