(1901 - 1998)
Louis Feron was active/lived in New York / France. Louis Feron is known for goldsmith, jeweler, sculptor, muralist.
Biography Louis Feron
Louis Féron (1901 – 28 March 1998) was a French-born sculptor, chaser, gold- and silversmith.
He was born in Rouen, Normandy, and apprenticed in Paris in the Volk Bronze Figure Workshop as a figure and ornament ciseleur.
In 1933, he won the title of “Best chaser, gold- and silversmith of France” for a goldsmith work called Head of Jean, now on permanent collection in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. He was named Commande de l’Ordre du Travail by the French government and decorated in the Sorbonne. He immigrated to Costa Rica during the Great Depression, living and working there from 1934 – 1945, where he ran his own workshop. In 1935 he was appointed professor at the Public Works School in Costa R
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