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François Cogné

Full name: François Victor Cogné
Gender: Male
Born: August 10, 1876 in Aubin, Aveyron, France
Died: April 9, 1952
Country: FRA France
Sport: Art Competitions

Biography

François Cogné produced numerous official monuments. Two of his famous works are the statue of Georges Clemençeau at the Champs Elysees, and the model of the terminal (Modèle de la Borne) in the Voie de la Liberté. During the dark days of Vichy and the Nazi Occupation, Cogne was the official sculptor of France. Cogne influenced other artists of the time, including Sergey Ivanov and Charles Troedel.

Results

Mixed Sculpturing

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Victorious Athlete
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC The Boxer
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC The Jump
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC The Start
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC The Finish
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Shot Putter
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Plaques
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Rugby Football
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Discus Thrower
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Tennis
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Portrait of Frantz Reichel
1924 Summer 47 Paris Art Competitions France Final Standings AC Plaster Cast of the Olympic Games
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