Full name: Emil Sutor
Born: June 19, 1888 in Offenburg, Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg, Germany
Died: August 13, 1974 in Karlsruhe, Baden-WÃ¼rttemberg, Germany
Sport: Art Competitions
Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)
German sculptor Emil Sutor later was named professor in Karlsruhe at the Academy of Fine Arts, where he also studied. His main works were altars and Christian Leaders, among others Bernarduskirche in Baden-Baden and Peterskirche (St. Peterâs Church) in Mannheim. His most famous work was the bronze cast and gilded Media Award BAMBI (roe deer), which he created under the patronage of the Burda publishing house, and which is awarded annually for the most media attention given to a television performance.
At the 1936 Nazi Olympic Games in Berlin Sutor earned the gold medal in the category Sculpturing, Reliefs, within the Art Competitions for his excellent work Hurdle Runners. In the new event for reliefs, only two medals were awarded, and no bronze medal was given.
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