Born in Paris, 1905, and died in Trébeurden in 1980, he was a french artist, sculptor and ceramist particularly famous for his bestiary made in porcelain and cracked majolica.

In 1923 he worked for the spring’s art seminars, within the Art for All movement, with artists already established.

In 1925 he exhibits at the Salon d’Automne with Robert Mallet-Stevens, Le Corbusier and Henri Matisse.

He was a teacher from 1943, and worked on a gable of a church of Vitré and for the Monument aux Morts in Lanvollon, in 1947.