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Conrad Carlman

Full name: Hugo Conrad Carlman
Gender: Male
Born: January 16, 1891 in Karlskrona, Blekinge, Sweden
Died: July 19, 1945 in Stockholm, Stockholm, Sweden
Country: SWE Sweden
Sport: Art Competitions

Biography

Conrad Carlman was a Swedish sculptor from a family with a strong background in the royal and naval service. He was trained at the Althin Painting School in 1910 and then the Royal Academy of Fine Arts at Stockholm (1911-17). He also trained while traveling Europe after World War I, in Germany, France and Italy, on a Jenny Lind Scholarship. He mostly worked in plaster, with some works also executed in bronze, and also in marble and granite. His works include the group Pastoral at the National Museum in Stockholm, a maritime monument at Älvsnabben, and a statue of General Admiral Wachtmeister in Karlskrona. He also produced the baptismal font in Förkärla Church, another maritime monument in Karlshamn, and the St. Staffan Statue of Gävle. Carlman was appointed secretary of the Association of Swedish Sculptors in 1931.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1932 Summer 41 Los Angeles Art Competitions Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event Sweden SWE AC

Mixed Sculpturing, Unknown Event

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank Title
1932 Summer 41 Los Angeles Art Competitions Sweden Final Standings AC Discus Thrower
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