Henri Laurens

Henri Laurens, 1920, Le Petit boxeur, 43 cm, reproduced in Život 2 (1922), p 53
Henri Laurens, Céline Arnauld, reproduced in Tournevire, Edition de "L'Esprit nouveau", 1919[1]

Henri Laurens (February 18, 1885 – May 5, 1954) was a French sculptor and illustrator.

Early life and education

Born in Paris, Henri Laurens worked as a stonemason before he became a sculptor. In 1899 he attended drawing classes, during which he produced works that were greatly influenced by the popularity of Auguste Rodin.

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