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Charles Lemanceau

Born in 1905 in Paris,  Lemanceau won the Grand Prix de la Ville de Paris, and after finishing at school, achieved Laureate of Ecole Estienne, Ecole Boulle and Ecole des Arts appliques.

In 1923, he worked for Primavera, and in 1925 he exhibited in the Salon d'Automne alongside Eugene Printz, Louis Sognot, Van Dongen, Vlaminck, Raoul Dufy,

Jean Dunand, Henri Matisse, Le Corbusier, Jules Leleu, Robert Mallet-Stevens, Fernand Leger and Maurice Utrillo.

Charles also worked for, among others, Saint-Clement and Dim, Maurice Dufrene, and Sainte-Radegonde.
A specialist of animal sculptures, he is one of the most important sculptors in the French Art Deco period.

   
 
 
 
 
 

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