French sculptor Joseph RiviÃ¨re received an Honorable Mention at the 1948 Kondon Olympics in the Art Competitions, category Sculpturing, Statues with his work Athlete Marchant (bronze). He was a figurative bronze sculptor and produced some war memorials in Charmes and Luxeuil. RiviÃ¨reâs most famous work is his monument to the dead miners of the Ballon d'Alsace. In World War II he served from 1939, became a prisoner-of-war in 1940 in Germany, but was released in 1941 to France.
|1948 Summer||36||London||Art Competitions||Mixed Sculpturing, Statues||France||FRA||HM|
|1948 Summer||36||London||Art Competitions||France||Final Standings||HM||Athlete Marchant (Bronze)|