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Max Blondat

 (1872 - 1926)
Max Blondat was active/lived in France.  Max Blondat is known for bas relief sculpture, public monuments.

Max Blondat

Max Blondat was a French sculptor of Art Nouveau* and Art Deco* styles. One of his most famous sculptures is the Fountain of Youth, representing three children watching three frogs. Copies are at the Place Darcy in Fontainebleau; Düsseldorf, Germany; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Ukraine, Odessa; Zurich, Switzerland, and the United States in Denver.

He was the son of a cooper and was apprenticed to an ornamental sculptor in 1886.  He arrived in Paris and began studies in 1889 and in 1890 he exhibited at the French Salon* for the first time with a plaster medallion.

In 1892 he entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts* in Paris.  He worked in wood, stone, earth, glass, bronze, and excelled in the decorative arts*  ...  Displaying 750 of 1730 characters.

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About  Max Blondat

Born:  1872 - Crain, France
Died:   1926
Known for:  bas relief sculpture, public monuments