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NORMAN LALIBERTE was born in Worcester, Massachusetts of French Canadian parents, and grew up in Montreal. He studied at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts before heading to the Illinois Institute of Technology and the Institute of Design in Chicago. He later studied at the prestigious Cranbrook Academy of Arts where he won a painting fellowship.

Laliberte first gained international recognition for his extraordinary exhibition of 88 large cloth/appliqu/ banners designed for the Vatican Pavilion at the 1964 New York Worlds Fair.His commissions have continued among the most well respected companies in America.

Laliberte is the recipient of numerous awards, including the AIGA Award for Design, and an Honorary Doctorate from St.Mary's College, Notre Dame.

His abundant talents include painting, printmaking, sculptures and banners; He has participated in over 100 solo exhibitions in the United States and Canada. He is also the author or illustrator of some 20 books. The works of Norman Laliberte can be found in over 75 public and corporate collections including The Montreal Museum of Fine Art, The Nelson A. Rockefeller Collection, The Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the Smithsonian Institute.

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