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Ernest Henri Dubois

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Ernest Henri Dubois

Ernest Henri Dubois (1863 in Dieppe; December 30, 1930 in Paris), was a French sculptor. He enrolled in 1881 at the École des Arts décoratiif and then attended the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris where he studied under Alexandre Falguière, Henri Chapu and Jules Chaplain. It was his award of the commission to carry out the sculptural work on the tomb of Jacques-Bénigne Bossuet in Meaux Cathedral that gave his career a boost and saw him awarded a Medal of Honour and subsequently he became a Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur.

Works

And several public monuments erected in Romania: * Monument to Ion Brătianu (Bucharest), * Monument to George C. Cantacuzino, * Monument to George D. Palladius, * Monument to Eugene Carada in Bucharest, * Monument to Take Ionescu, * Bust of ion Brătianu, some of which were destroyed during the socialist period.

References

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