Dumoulin le Keuche, Edmond Luc, chevalier

BORN 1906 - DIED 19 May 1970
GRAVE LOCATION Paris: Père Lachaise, Rue du Repos 16 (division 08, chemin du Coq, ligne 1)

Edmond luc Dumoulin pursued a scientific career at the Belgium army and at the University of Liège before he tried his hand a poetry. He published "Vins rouges, Vins blancs, Vins bleus, Vins Français, Vins heureux" that earned him the Premier Prix international de Poésie Française in 1954. In 1956 he published a poetical manfifesto titled "L'oiseau inquiet". He entered the Académie d'Alsace and moved away from scheince to concentrate on his literary work.

In his writings he was concerned about the dangers to civilization and the destruction of the world. He lived in Paris that he left at times for his castle at Sainval near Liège. He suddenly died in Belgium in 1970. One year later his remains were transported to Père Lachaise in Paris.


The grave of Edmond Luc chevalier Dumoulin le Keuche at Père Lachaise, Paris.
Picture by Androom (02 Nov 2018)


Dumoulin, Louis-Jules

Published: 13 Feb 2021
Last update: 13 Feb 2021