(1881 - 1947)
Maurice Guiraud-Riviere was active/lived in France. Maurice Guiraud Riviere is known for painting, drawing, art-deco sculpture, commercial art mascot design.
Biography Maurice Guiraud-Riviere
Maurice Guiraud-Rivière was born in Toulouse February 10, 1881, died in 1947, and was a painter, draftsman, and sculptor.
He was a student at the Ecole Nationale des Beaux-Arts and Antonin Mercie also a native of Toulouse.
Exhibited at the Salon of French Artists from 1907, and also at the Salon des comedians.
Art Deco sculptor, author of numerous statues (bronze or type chryselephantine) mainly on the topics of women, sports, aviation or automotive.
Most of his works were edited by Etling House, which was founded in 1909, was very active in publishing and Art Deco bronzes representing many sculptors of this artistic movement.
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