Charles Kohl Biography
1929 Born in Rodange (G.D. Luxembourg) on April 16, 1929
1945–1948 Studies at the “École d’Artisans de l’État à Luxembourg”
1948–1952 Studies at the “École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs” in Paris
1953–1955 Studies at the “École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts” in Paris
1951-1965 Participation at the “Salon” (exhibitions) of the “Cercle Artistique de Luxembourg” (CAL)
1956 Collaboration with Claus Cito and Emile Hulten on the bas-reliefs of the
“Monument aux Morts” in the “Musée National de la Résistance” in Esch-sur-Alzette (G.D. Luxembourg)
1956 Laureate of the “Prix Grand-Duc Adolphe”
1956- Assistant professor of Arts at the “Lycée Technique du Centre” in Luxembourg-city
1961 Inauguration of the monument in honour of Paul Eyschen in Diekirch (G.D. Luxembourg)
1962 The baptismal font in the parish church in Bonnevoie (Luxembourg-city)
1962 Laureate of the “Prix Grand-Duc Adolphe”
1967 War memorial in Contern
1987 Sculptures outside the “École de Commerce et de Gestion” in Luxembourg-city
2016 Died at the “Blannenheem” (Home for the blind) in Mersch, G.D. Luxembourg on January 3, 2016.

Our web site also features a list of Charles Kohl’s exhibitions.