Emmanuel Frémiet was a French sculptor. He is famous for his sculpture of Joan of Arc in Paris and the monument to Ferdinand de Lesseps in Suez. The noted sculptor Pierre-Nicolas Tourgueneff was one of many students who learned sculpture under the tutelage of Frémiet.
|Born:||December 6, 1824, Paris, France|
|Died:||September 10, 1910, Paris, France|
About Emmanuel Fremiet
French sculptor who created a sculpture of Joan of Arc in Paris and the monument to Ferdinand de Lesseps in Suez.
He started out creating only sculptures of animals.
He won a medal of honor for his “Gorilla Carrying off a Woman”.
His parents raised him in Paris, where many of his works are located.
He created a bust of Napoleon Bonaparte, but it was destroyed.
Information related to Emmanuel Frémiet
- Burials at Passy Cemetery
- Animal artists
- Members of the Académie des beaux-arts
- 19th-century French sculptors
- 20th-century French sculptors
- French male sculptors
- Artists from Paris
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