Leo Mol

Leo Mol was born in the Ukrainian village of Polonne in 1915. His formal art education was at the Leningrad Academy of Arts.  After living in Berlin and the Netherlands Leo moved to Canada in 1948, creating a new life for the artist and his wife Margareth.

His highly crafted figurines of Ukrainian themes, religious imagery and wild life became popular along with his diverse expressions in stone and marble, painted landscapes and designed stained glass. It is his classic portrait sculpture that the artist achieved international reputation.  Understanding and portraying the essence of his subject led to major commissioned portraits of Queen Elizabeth II, Pope John Paul II, Sir Winston Churchill and Dwight D. Eisenhower. Leo was a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and in 1989 became an officer of the Order of Canada; he was made an honorary academician of the Canadian Portrait Academy  in 2000 and received the Order of Manitoba the same year.

The Leo Mol Sculpture Garden was established in Winnipeg in 1992 at Assiniboine Park.  Leo Mol’s career as a sculptor has been one of determination and success, and his contribution to the tradition of classical sculpture in Canada is outstanding.

Available artwork: 
Tom Lamb of The Pas by Leo Mol
Tom Lamb of The Pas
Bronze, 106 x 81 x 27
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
In the Wind by Leo Mol
In the Wind
signed and dated '74, numbered 14/15
Bronze, 20.5 x 6.75 x 5
Loch Gallery, Toronto
Lora by Leo Mol
Bronze, 9 x 11 x 7
Evelyn by Leo Mol
Bronze, 11.75 x 6.25 x 5.5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Charm by Leo Mol
Bronze, 15 x 7.25 x 4.5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Anita by Leo Mol
Bronze, 11 x 14.5 x 6
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Dream by Leo Mol
Bronze, 30 x 14 x 20
Loch Gallery, Calgary
Virginia by Leo Mol
Bronze, 16 x 11.5 x 5.5
Loch Gallery, Calgary
Echo by Leo Mol
Bronze, 42 x 11 x 10
In Wirhozing, Bavazir by Leo Mol
In Wirhozing, Bavazir
Pastel on Paper, 19 x 25
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Polar Bear & Two Cubs by Leo Mol
Polar Bear & Two Cubs
Bronze, 5 x 5.5 x 11.5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Two Bears at Play by Leo Mol
Two Bears at Play
Bronze, 6.5 x 13 x 4.5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Pioneer Family by Leo Mol
Pioneer Family
Bronze, 15 x 11 x 5
Loch Gallery, Calgary
Taras Schevchenko by Leo Mol
Taras Schevchenko
Bronze, 15.5 x 5 x 4.5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Bather by Leo Mol
Bronze, 15 x 4.5 x 4
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Undressing by Leo Mol
Bronze, 19 x 7 x 5.5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Inuit Mother & Child by Leo Mol
Inuit Mother & Child
Bronze, 13 x 5 x 4.5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Deer Fawn by Leo Mol
Deer Fawn
Ceramic, 7.75 x 5.5 x 3.75
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Milkmaid  by Leo Mol
Ceramic, 10 x 5.5 x 4
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Square Dancers by Leo Mol
Square Dancers
Ceramic, 10.25 x 9 x 5
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Tom Lamb of the Pas by Leo Mol
Tom Lamb of the Pas
Also available in monumental and maquette size. 
Bronze, 63 x 22.5 x 62
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Sunny by Leo Mol
Photo taken at the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden in Winnipeg.
Bronze, 51 x 25 x 37
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Morning Girl by Leo Mol
Morning Girl
Bronze, 20.25 x 12.25 x 12.25
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Daydream by Leo Mol
Bronze, 13 x 5 x 6
Pioneer Family by Leo Mol
Pioneer Family
Limited Edition bronze sculpture. This is the original model for the life size bronze located at the Ukrainian Cultural Village 50 miles east of Edmonton Alberta.
Bronze, 15 x 12
Loch Gallery, Winnipeg
Leo Mol
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Historical works of significance


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