At the age of 16 Félix Charpentier entered the Municipal School of Fine Arts at Avignon, and then moved to the École des Beaux-Arts at Paris. Charpentier excelled in nude portraits and representations. He also built several war memorials after World War I. In his lifetime he created more than 40 war memorials of World War I and more than 200 busts of famous people. In 1900, he became the major of his hometown Chassant, Eure-et-Loir.
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