1911 - 2001
In 1925, at the age of 14, he took a drawing course from Adrien Hébert and Johnny Johnstone. Five years later, he studied at l’Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Montreal with Felix Maillard and Joseph St-Charles. He also followed courses with Edmond Dyonnet and he undertook his studies in Boston. In 1956, he travelled to France and Italy in order to study and observe.
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Joseph Giunta held his first exhibit with Marc-Aurèle Fortin in 1936. He participated, as well in group exhibits, which included the Coin des Arts, the Musée des Beaux-Arts of Montreal and at the Pavillon du Quebec, in Osaka Japan in 1970. The same year he took part in travelling exhibits in different galleries throughout Quebec.