(1862 - 1944)
Constant Montald was active/lived in Belgium. Constant Montald is known for painting and sculpture.
Very young, in encouraging his gifts, his hometown awarded him a scholarship that allows him to work in Paris in 1885 and 1886. He won the Prix de Rome in 1886 and a long trip to Italy, Greece, Turkey and Egypt. He became professor of Wall art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Brussels in 1896. A great friend of Emile Verhaeren, member of the Royal Academy of Belgium, Montald part in 1890 Circle "For Art" animated by Delville and intended to regenerate the monumental art. In 1896, he participated in the Idealist Art Show and became a founding member of "Monumental Art" in 1920. He painted many large compositions, including works still preserved at the Palais du Cinquantenaire