Pierre Le Faguays
(1892 - 1962)
Pierre Le Faguays was active/lived in France. Pierre Le Faguays is known for art deco figurative sculpture.
A French sculptor of lithe female figures, monuments, ceramics and figurative lamps working in Art Deco* style, Pierre Le Faguays captured public attention with his early exhibitions of exuberant dancing figures, inspired by the statues of Tanagra*, a community north of Athens known for mass produced terracotta* figurines.
It is thought that he also used the pseudonym of Raymond Guerbe, which is reinforced by the similarities of subject matter and style.
Also there is discrepancy about his death date, given as 1925, 1935 and 1962. A biography of Papillon Gallery indicates that Le Faguays "exhibited in 1937 in Paris at L'Exposition Internationale." * Assuming this participation to be true, that would make th ... Displaying 750 of 3437 characters.