Born: Leonid Molodoshanin, 1915, Polonne near Shepetivka, Ukraine.
Resides: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada since 1948
Represented in Canada by Beckett Fine Art Ltd, Toronto and Loch Mayberry Gallery, Winnipeg.
1936-1941 Studied at the Leningrad Academy of Arts. Later studied in Berlin and the Netherlands.
Hon. John D. Diefenbaker (former Prime Minister of Canada)President Dwight Eisenhower, Pope Paul XXIII, Pope John Paul II, Cardinals Slipyi and Tisserant, painters of the Group of Seven; A.Y. Jackson, Fred Varley, A.J. Casson, Sir John Templeton.
1989, Appointed to the Order of Canada for artistic contributions
National Sculpture Society of America, USA
Member and past vice-president Sculptor's Society of Canada
Member and past president of the Manitoba Society of Artists
Allied Artists of America, USA
Royal Canadian Academy of Arts
Muncher Kunstlergenossenschaft, Germany
LL.D. University of Winnipeg & the University of Alberta, Edmonton
Vatican & the collection of Modern Religious Art, Vatican Museum, Rome Italy
National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC, USA
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto
McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Kleinburg, Ontario
Leo Mol Sculpture Garden, Assiniboine Park, Winnipeg
Hamilton Art Gallery, Hamilton, Ontario
AIC Limited, Burlington, Ontario
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg
Riveredge Foundation, Calgary, Alberta
Peter Whyte Gallery, Banff, Alberta
Government of Canada, Ottawa
Private Collections throughout Canada, USA, England, Germany, Italy and Holland
1964, Monument to Taras Schevchenko, Washington, DC, USA
1971, Monument to Taras Schevchenko, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Provincial Government of Alberta and Manitoba
University of Manitoba
St. Clemens University, Rome, Italy
Dr. Leo Mol's School, Tacherting, Bavaria, Germany
Technical High School, Einhoven, Holland
Designed and Executed over 80 stained glass windows