Céline Lepage (1882 - 1928)French artist born in Warsaw in 1982, Céline Lepage began exhibiting her works as soon as 1905.
Married to an officer, she follows him on numerous trips abroad, notably to Morocco and Tunisia. It is undoubtedly there that she finds many inspirations for her work and her imagination: some of her sculptures bear witness to it, such as "Woman of Marrakech", "Bedouin with child", or "The Harvest of Oranges".
Back in France, she will be particularly noticed for her participation in the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in 1925. There, she designs bas-reliefs on the theme of novelty for the Pomone Pavilion.
She died prematurely at the age of 46, following a surgery.