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Lucien Parent

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Occupation  Architect, Artist
Children  Mimi Parent
Role  Architect

Name  Lucien Parent
Spouse(s)  Florence Courteau
Lucien Parent
Full Name  Pierre Ovide Lucien Parent
Born  29 April 1893Montreal, Quebec
Died  May 27, 1956, Montreal, Canada
Similar People  Mimi Parent, Paul Bellot, Jean Benoit, Saint Joseph

Structures  Saint Joseph's Oratory

Lucien Parent, born Pierre Ovide Lucien Parent on April 29, 1893, was a prolific architect, designer, illustrator, and watercolorist. He and his wife Florence Courteau had a family of nine children. He was also a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.

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Buildings, Lucien Parent designed

  • Basilique Saint Joseph's Oratory at Montreal begin 1924 with Dom Paul Bellot and Ernest Cormier
  • Maison Arthur Dubuc.
  • Pine Court Apartments, at Montreal in 1929 with Siméon Brais
  • J. Edmond Morins building, at Montreal in 1930 avec Henri S. Labelle
  • Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul at Montreal,complete rebuilting, modifications and moving of emplacement in 1931
  • Cégep Gérald-Godin, at Montreal in 1932
  • Maison Émile Corbeil, at Montreal in 1936
  • Saint-Jean-Berchmans Church, at Montreal in 1938 with René-Rodolphe Tourville
  • Notre Dame du Très Saint Sacrement church, at Ferme-Neuve in 1939 with René-Rodolphe Tourville
  • Notre Dame de Lourde church, at Notre-Dame-de-Pontmain in 1940
  • Saint Antoine church, at Saint-Antoine in 1945
  • Saint Hugues church, at Lac-Saguay in 1947
  • Très Saint Sacrement church, at Lachine in 1950
  • Sainte-Adèle church, at the request of its good friend, Claude-Henri Grignon, author of the novel Séraphin: Heart of Stone in (1951).
  • Saint Raphael church, at La Malbaie in 1951
  • Pharmacie Montréal, at Montreal in 1951
  • References

    Lucien Parent Wikipedia

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