Charles, Marie, Louis, Joseph Sarrabezolles, dit Carlo Sarrabezolles, né le 27 décembre 1888 à Toulouse et mort le 11 février 1971 (à 82 ans) à Paris, est un sculpteur français.

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  • Charles, Marie, Louis, Joseph Sarrabezolles, dit Carlo Sarrabezolles, né le 27 décembre 1888 à Toulouse et mort le 11 février 1971 (à 82 ans) à Paris, est un sculpteur français.
  • Carlo Sarrabezolles o Charles Louis Joseph Marie Sarrabezolles, llamado Carlo, ( Toulouse, 27 de diciembre de 1888 - París, 11 de febrero de 1971), fue un escultor francés,
  • Charles Marie Louis Joseph Sarrabezolles (December 27, 1888 - February 11, 1971), also known as Carlo Sarrabezolles (or Charles or Charles-Marie), was a French sculptor.Sarrabezolles was born in Toulouse, studied at that city's École des Beaux-Arts (1904–1907), then from 1907–1914 at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, where he settled for good. In 1914 he was runner-up (premier second) in Prix de Rome competition. From 1914-1918, during World War I, he was held prisoner in Germany; in 1920 he married Nicole Cervi, with whom he had three children. In 1923 they moved into a studio at 16 rue des Volontaires where he remained until his death. A square there, in the 15th arrondissement of Paris, bears his name.His best-known work is probably The Soul of France, which he executed in three different materials: the first in plaster in 1921, the second in stone in 1922, and the last in bronze in 1930. In 1926 the sculptor developed a method of direct carving in setting concrete, and much of his subsequent work was integrated with architecture, particularly in collaboration with architect Paul Tournon, and in monumental scale.Sarrabezolles was a member or president of artistic associations including Art Monumental, the Salon des Artistes Français, and the Foundation Taylor.
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  • Charles, Marie, Louis, Joseph Sarrabezolles, dit Carlo Sarrabezolles, né le 27 décembre 1888 à Toulouse et mort le 11 février 1971 (à 82 ans) à Paris, est un sculpteur français.
  • Carlo Sarrabezolles o Charles Louis Joseph Marie Sarrabezolles, llamado Carlo, ( Toulouse, 27 de diciembre de 1888 - París, 11 de febrero de 1971), fue un escultor francés,
  • Charles Marie Louis Joseph Sarrabezolles (December 27, 1888 - February 11, 1971), also known as Carlo Sarrabezolles (or Charles or Charles-Marie), was a French sculptor.Sarrabezolles was born in Toulouse, studied at that city's École des Beaux-Arts (1904–1907), then from 1907–1914 at the École des Beaux-Arts, Paris, where he settled for good. In 1914 he was runner-up (premier second) in Prix de Rome competition.
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  • Carlo Sarrabezolles
  • Carlo Sarrabezolles
  • Charles Marie Louis Joseph Sarrabezolles
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