Constant Ambroise Roux
(1865 - 1942)
Constant Ambroise Roux was active/lived in France. Constant Roux is known for sculpture.
Biography Constant Ambroise Roux
The French sculptor Constant Roux, was born in 1865. He studied woodcarving at the School of Fine Arts in Marseille, and continued later in Paris.
After World War I, he was commissioned to work on various war memorials. In 1922, he created a bust of the French runner (Jean Bouin), which was erected on the forecourt of the Vélodrome Municipal de Vincennes in Paris, on the occasion of the 1924 Olympic Games.
Roux mainly produced busts, portraits, reliefs and friezes. He passed away in 1929.
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