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Paul-Ange Nocquet

 (1877 - 1906)
Paul-Ange Nocquet was active/lived in New York / Belgium.  PaulAnge Nocquet is known for sculptor, portrait, figure sketches.

Biography   Paul-Ange Nocquet


Paul Nocquet was born in Belgium 1877, immigrated to the United States August 1903. He died April 5, 1906 and is buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Mt Kasco New York. His death occurred when he ascended from the Bronx, New York bound for Philadelphia in a hot air balloon, landed at Jones Beach, Amityville, and died trying to find help.

He had achieved distinction as an artist, sculptor, writer and aeronaut in Belgium, France and America. He also was a member of the Aero Club of New York.

He had an exhibit of 60 pieces at Gutzon Borglum's studio in March of either 1905 or 1906. It appears from the List of Exhibits that I.N. Seligman presented a bronze entitled American Football to Columbia University Club. The list included portrait   ...  Displaying 750 of 1624 characters.

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