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Marcel Gimond


Artist of 2 portraits
Marcel Gimond was a French sculptor. Gimond first studied at the Beaux-Arts Academy in Lyon and was the student of both Aristide Maillol and Auguste Rodin. Gimond was an influential Professor at the Paris Beaux -Arts until 1960. He is best known for his many heads and portraits of political and artistic figures.

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Roger Fry, by Marcel Gimond - NPG 5402

Roger Fry

by Marcel Gimond
bronze head, circa 1920
NPG 5402

Vanessa Bell (née Stephen), by Marcel Gimond - NPG 4349

Vanessa Bell (née Stephen)

by Marcel Gimond
lead cast of bust, circa 1922-1926
NPG 4349

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