Viggo Jarl was a Danish sculptor and brother of the painter Axel Jarl and engineer Carl Frederick Jarl (all born under the original name Jørgensen). Viggo Jarl settled in France, but had several major exhibits in his home country. He initially studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in København (Copenhagen), but from 1901-24 studied in Paris at the Academie de France, École des Beaux Arts and the Academie de la Grande Chaumiere. Jarl’s works display the influence of Rodin and the classical tradition. He also created monumental works for the Marble Church in København.
Mixed Sculpturing, Statues