b. 3 January 1921 in Brussels (B), d. 1 July 1998 in Uccle (B); Belgian sculptor
Willequet was born in Brussels, but grew up in Luxembourg.
|1940-1945||Studied under sculptor Oscar Jespers at the École nationale supérieure des arts visuels (ENSAV) - formerly École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture et des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAAD - la Cambre) - in Brussels|
|1947||Awarded second prize at the Prix de Rome awards ceremony|
|1951-1952||Studied at the Royal College of Art in London under the sculptors Jacob Epstein and Henry Moore|
|1959||Florence and Rome|
|1959||Invitation to take part in the first Symposium of European Sculptors with Karl Prantl in Sankt Margarethen in Burgenland|
He worked in wood, natural stone, bronze and steel. Some of his works can be found in the region around Brussels.