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Armand M. LaMontagne Edit Profile

artist , sculptor

Armand M. LaMontagne, American sculptor, artist. Recipient Russell Grinell Foundation award, Italy; inducted in Pawtucket, Rhode Island Hall of Fame, 1986.

Background

LaMontagne, Armand M. was born on February 3, 1938 in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, United States. Son of Raymond and Jeanne (Ferland) LaMontagne.

Education

AB, Salve Regina University, 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibited in numerous group and one-man shows, numerous private collections. Wood sculptures on display include General George S. Patton, Junior in the United States Army Armor Center, Fort Knox, Kentucky, Mistress Eleanor Roosevelt, Hyde Park, New York, Lord Horatio Nelson, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Commissioned paintings include Babe Ruth, Baseball Hall of Fame.

      Wood sculptures of Boston celtics Larry Bird, Boston bruins Bobby Orr, Red Sox star Carl Yastrzemski in Sports Museum of New England, President Gerald Ford, Ford Museum, Ann Arbor, Michigan, Ted Williams, Ted Williams Museum, Hernando, Florida. Also many other sculptures/portraits.

Connections

Married Lorraine Robitaille, January 10, 1940. 1 child, Lisa Annual.

father:
Raymond LaMontagne

mother:
Jeanne (Ferland) LaMontagne

spouse:
Lorraine Robitaille

child:
Lisa Annual LaMontagne