Sunday, November 22, 2015
Lionel Floch (1895 – 1972) was a Breton painter, engraver and designer.
He was the son of a naval officer and was mobilized himself during World War I. After, he learned painting by Théophile Deyrolle and Concarneau and was also influenced by Lucien Simon.
Between the two world wars, he was a member of the intellectual and artistic community of Quimper.
Floch was anti-militarist, anti-clerical and anti-Gaullist.