(1868 - 1916)
Georges Lacombe was active/lived in France. Georges Lacombe is known for sculpture and painting.
Georges Lacombe (18 June 1868 – 29 June 1916) was a French sculptor and painter. He was born to a distinguished family of Versailles, and he received his artistic training at the Académie Julian* from the impressionists Alfred Philippe Roll and Henri Gervex.
At the Académie Julian he met Émile Bernard and Paul Sérusier in 1892, shortly afterwards becoming a member of their artist group, Les Nabis*.
Like many other Nabi he spent the summers from 1888-1897 in Brittany, some sources record that he met Bernard and Sérusier there. He became Le Nabi sculpteur: the sculptor of the group. In fact many sources refer to him solely as sculptor.
Georges Lacombe died in Alençon, Orne on 29 June 1916.
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