Injalbert, Jean-Antoine (1845-1933) by Scholes, Robert

Jean-Antoine Injalbert (1845 – 1933) The son of a sculptor, he became one himself. He was born in Béziers but spent most of his life in Paris. En 1866, he was admitted to l’école des Beaux Arts, and in 1867, entered the workshop of the sculptor Augustin Dumont. Many of his works may be found in public places in Paris and other parts of france. He won many prizes and was main rival for a time, teaching at l’école des Beaux Arts himself for some years. Rodin’s

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