Louis F. Ragot was active/lived in Pennsylvania, New York / France. Louis Ragot is known for bronze plaques, medals, sundials.
Louis F. Ragot is best known today for his bronze plaques, sundials, and his medals. He was born in Paris and exhibited at the Salon of 1882 of the Académie des Beau-Arts, Paris. Louis Ragot was the pupil of Louis Auguste Hiolin, a French bronze sculptor who lived from 1846 to 1910. Ragot had two sons, Henri and Charles. The Ragot family emigrated from France in 1894 to the United State and set up shop in the resort town of Milford in Pike County, Pennsylvania, in what was then known as Hermitage Glen.
Louis Ragot and his son Charles, were also inventors and they patented a new design rotary internal combustion engine (patent 1302709, May 6, 1919) as well as an early airplane which he and his sons Henri and Charles ... Displaying 750 of 1693 characters.