Charles Sucsan was born in Paris, France to Hungarian parents. The artist studied ceramics and sculpture in Paris, apprenticing at the studio of Florencio Fernandez, a master ceramist and close friend to Pablo Picasso. Sucsan studied drawing and painting at L’Ecole Municipal de Paris from 1951-1952. In 1952 the artist moved to Montreal, Quebec to pursue a career in the arts. Charles Sucsan is a multi-disciplinary artist, working across mediums, in 1958 the artist opened his own studio a creating paintings, ceramics, murals and sculpture. From 1960 to 1975 the artist received a number of commissions to create several large public and private murals in Montreal and Quebec.


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