Maurice Louis Legendre

Maurice Legendre

Maurice Legendre was a noted French impressionist and sculptor, especially known for his Parisian and London landmark scenes.   He was a pupil of Robert Couturier and Marcel Grimond.  In 1954, Legendre won the Blumenthal prize and in 1965 he was awarded the Brantôme prize for sculpture.

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