1911
14th October: born in Lyon
1925
Admitted to the college of art of Lyon (École des Beaux-Arts de Lyon)
1929
First prize-winner in painting (G. Décôte) and admitted to the French national college of art and architecture in Paris (École des Beaux-Arts de Paris)
1931 - 1939
Laurens studio
Frescos studio of Ducos de la Haille
Julian Academy of art
Paintings studio of Souverbie
1934 - 1935
Military service in southern Algeria. Creation of numerous paintings a part of which has been destroyed
1936
Christ en Croix fresco at the French national college of art and architecture in Paris
1937
Participated in the World Fair in Paris and, a year later, participated in the International Fair in New York with Souverbie studio
1938
Married Suzanne Coutelet, a former French national college of art and architecture student
1939
Called on in WWII
1941
Settled in Chaumont, Haute-Marne, France
1942
First painting at the Salon d'Automne de Paris (Autumn Salon) of which he became a member
1943
Chemin de Croix (wood engraving)
1944
Destruction of the paintings and the studio during Chaumont's air raid
1944
Chemin de Croix de Malroy fresco
1945
Christ en croix du Grand Pardon in Chaumont. Settled in Vaux-le-Pénil, Seine-et-Marne, France
1946 - 1964
Creation of numerous stained-glass windows for churches in Chaumont, Vaux-le-Pénil, Lagny, May en Multien, Melun Thomery, Samois, Réau and petit Séminaire de Conflans
Progressive change from figurative to abstract art
1964
Return to painting, creation of an important series on the Passion and numerous works on man and nature
1967
Exhibition at the Museum de la Vicomté, Melun, Seine et Marne, France
Exhibition in the offices of SNECMA
1970
Exhibition in Dreux, Eure-et-Loire, France
1971
Exhibition at the Museum de la Vicomté, Melun, Seine-et-Marne, France
Exhibition in Saint-Germain l'Auxerrois church, Paris, France
Exhibition at the CREP in Vincennes, Val-de-Marne, France
1971 - 1977
Creation of his greatest paintings
1977
20th November: died in Vaux-le-Pénil