(1898 - 1968)
Jean Juge was active/lived in France. Jean Juge is known for public figure and monumental sculpture.
Biography Jean Juge
Jean Juge was born in Volvic, France in 1898. He started as a student at the School of Architecture and Decorative Arts when he was 13 years old and apprenticed in sculpture for a company called Chantier Auteroche Pere et Fils, which specialized in Volvic stone quarrying.
He enlisted as a soldier during WW1.
From 1919 to 1920, he worked under the direction of sculptor Jean Boucher. At about age 30, he became the head of the company at Ecole Superieure des Beaux- Arts de Paris.
Some of his works include:
Maternity (marble) at Musee du Luxembourg, Paris
American WW1 Monument at Montfaucon d'Argonne about 1925--the architect was John Russel Pope
Albert Ier of Belgium m
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