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1924  Paris Summer Olympics

1924 Summer Olympics - The Results (Art competitions)

Art competitions at the 1924 Paris Summer Games

 

 

Host City: Paris, France
Date Started: May 4, 1924
Date Finished: July 27, 1924
Events: 5

Participants: 189 (168 men and 21 women) from 24 countries
Youngest Participant: FRA René Andrei (18 years, 69 days)
Oldest Participant: FRA Louis Tauzin (81 years, 287 days)
Most Medals (Athlete): 15 athletes with 1 medal
Most Medals (Country): FRA France (3 medals)

 
 

Overview

There was no art catalogue printed for the 1924 Paris Games. The single information available is the Official Report of the Paris Games, listing only the competitors with their works and the medal winners. As in 1920 there were five art categories without any further divisions\: architecture, literature, music, painting and sculpture. In all 193 artists from 24 countries exhibited in these five categories. The exhibition took place in the Grand Palais and was held by the Société National des Beaux-Arts. Five juries were installed for the five categories consisting of more than 20 members in each. The works had to be inspired by sport-related themes.

The contests were taken seriously for the first time, as the number of submitted works shows. Remarkably, the participants included three artists from the Soviet Union, even though this country officially did not take part in the Olympic Games, which they considered to be a "bourgeois" festival.


Art competitions were held as part of the 1924 Summer Olympics in Paris, France. Medals were awarded in five categories (architecture, literature, music, painting, and sculpture), for works inspired by sport-related themes.

Art competitions were part of the Olympic program from 1912 to 1948, but were discontinued due to concerns about amateurism and professionalism. Since 1952, a non-competitive art and cultural festival has been associated with each Games.

 
  

Medal summary

Category Gold Silver Bronze
Architecture none awarded  Alfréd Hajós and Dezső Lauber (HUN)
Plan for a stadium
 Julien Médecin (MON)
Stadium for Monte Carlo
Literature  Géo-Charles (FRA)
"Jeux Olympiques"
 Josef Petersen (DEN)
"Euryale"
 Charles Gonnet (FRA)
"Vers le Dieu d'Olympie"
 Margaret Stuart (GBR)
"Sword Songs"
 Oliver Gogarty (IRL)
"Ode to the Tailteann Games"
Music none awarded none awarded none awarded
Painting  Jean Jacoby (LUX)
"Corner", "Départ", and "Rugby"
 Jack Butler Yeats (IRL)
"The Liffey Swim"
 Johan van Hell (NED)
"Patineurs"
Sculpture  Konstantinos Dimitriadis (GRE)
"Discobole Finlandais"
 Frantz Heldenstein (LUX)
"Vers l'olympiade"
 Jean René Gauguin (DEN)
Boxer
 Claude-Léon Mascaux (FRA)
Sports medals
  

Medal table

At the time, medals were awarded to these artists, but art competitions are no longer regarded as official Olympic events by the International Olympic Committee. These events do not appear in the IOC medal database, and these totals are not included in the IOC's medal table for the 1924 Games.

 
Rank Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Luxembourg (LUX) 1 1 0 2
2  France (FRA) 1 0 2 3
3  Greece (GRE) 1 0 0 1
4  Denmark (DEN) 0 1 1 2
 Ireland (IRL) 0 1 1 2
6  Great Britain (GBR) 0 1 0 1
 Hungary (HUN) 0 1 0 1
8  Monaco (MON) 0 0 1 1
 Netherlands (NED) 0 0 1 1
Totals (9 nations) 3 5 6 14
 

Mixed Architecture

 Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Grand Palace of the Champs-Elysées, Paris
Date Started: May 4, 1924
Date Finished: July 27, 1924

Summary

Former Hungarian swimmer [Alfréd Hajós] who won two gold medals at the first Olympic Games 1896 in Athens, and [Dezső Lauber], former Hungarian tennis player and participant in the 1908 London Games, produced a Plan for a Stadium, for which they received the silver medal. Lauber was an architect by trade and later became a secretary-general of the Hungarian Olympic Committee. Hajós was one of only two Olympians, the other being [Walter Winans], to win medals in both sport and art competitions.

The gold medal was not awarded. Bronze went to [Julien Médécin] from Monaco. This was the first and, as of 2014, only medal Monaco has won at the Olympic Games. The architect received the medal for his work Stadium for Monte Carlo.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
2 Alfréd Hajós 46 Hungary HUN Silver    
2 Dezső Lauber 44 Hungary HUN Silver    
3 Julien Médécin 29 Monaco MON Bronze Stadium for Monte Carlo  
AC Sonja Carstensen 25 Denmark DEN   Grand Salon for Tennis Tournament  
AC Edmond Virieux Rocco 30 Switzerland SUI      
AC Léo Virieux Rocco   Switzerland SUI      
AC Kay Schrøder 46 Denmark DEN   Fencing Palace  
AC Ejnar Mindedal Rasmussen 31 Denmark DEN   High School and Gymnasium for Ollerup  
AC Amedeo Lavini 29 Italy ITA   Olympic Stadium  
AC Herman van der Kloot Meijburg 48 Netherlands NED   Pavilion of the Nautilus Club  
AC Henri Guerbois   France FRA      
AC Maurice Dambrun 36 France FRA      
AC Nico Lansdorp 39 Netherlands NED   Plan for a Swimming Stadium in Amsterdam  
AC Jens Christian Kofoed 60 Denmark DEN   Plan of Stadium  
AC Marinus Granpré Molière 40 Netherlands NED      
AC Jos Klijnen 37 Netherlands NED      
AC Pieter Verhagen 41 Netherlands NED      
AC Oscar Gundlach-Pedersen 37 Denmark DEN   Velodrome  
AC Dolf Broese van Groenou 44 Netherlands NED      
AC Samuel de Clercq 47 Netherlands NED      
AC Hendrik Happé 40 Netherlands NED   Starting Tour for Airplanes  

Mixed Literature

Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Grand Palace of the Champs-Elysées, Paris
Date Started: May 4, 1924
Date Finished: July 27, 1924

Summary

In the literature category five medals were awarded, one gold and two silver and bronze medals each. The gold medal was won by French [Géo Charles] for The Olympic Games. Géo Charles was the pseudonym of Charles Guyot, who became best known as the Olympic Literary Man. He was also active in several sports activities.

The silver medals were awarded to British writer [Dorothy Margaret Stuart] and Danish author [Josef Petersen]. Stuart received it for Fencer's Song. She joined The English Association in 1930 and was a member of the Executive Committee from 1937-61, Honorary Secretary of the Association from 1949-51, and edited the News-Letter from it's inception in 1946 to 1961. She was known for her literary criticism and for several historical biographies. Petersen wrote mostly about ancient and medieval motifs and was well recognized for his knowledge of ancient cultures, but not from the contemporary literary criticism. He won all his Olympic art medals (1924, 1932 and 1948) with works on ancient Greek sports motifs, in 1924 for Euryale.

The bronze medals went to French [Charles Anthoine Gonnet] for Face to Face with Olympia's God and Irish [Oliver St. John Gogarty] for Ode to the Tailteann Games. Gonnet also played rugby for the French national team from 1921-27. In 1924, he was a substitute for the French national team at the Paris Olympics, but did not play in any match. He was also an athlete, swimmer and boxer. Besides his writing Gogarty was a physician, sportsman, pilot and politician, and from 1922-36 served as a senator in the Irish Parliament.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Géo-Charles 32 France FRA Gold The Olympic Games  
2T Dorothy Margaret Stuart   Great Britain GBR Silver Fencers' Song  
2T Josef Petersen 42 Denmark DEN Silver Euryale  
3T Charles Anthoine Gonnet 26 France FRA Bronze Face to Face with Olympia's God  
3T Oliver St. John Gogarty 45 Ireland IRL Bronze Ode to the Tailteann Games  
AC John Weldon 33 Ireland IRL   The Glorious Uncertainty  
AC Miami Belle Louis   United States USA      
AC Patrick Chalmers 51 Great Britain GBR   The Wise Men  
AC Robert Graves 28 Great Britain GBR   At the Games  
AC Albert Laisant 50 France FRA   Olympic Hymn  
AC T.C. Murray 51 Ireland IRL   Birthright  
AC Dorothy Margaret Stuart   Great Britain GBR   Sword Songs  
AC Smart   Switzerland SUI   Exuberant Games in the Open Air  
AC Klaus Suomela 35 Finland FIN   Milon  
AC A. Christory   France FRA   To Sports  
AC A. Godinat   France FRA   To the Glory of Sports  
AC A. Schmitt   Switzerland SUI   Nocturn - Improvisation of a Skiier  
AC Charles Williams 41 Great Britain GBR   Ceremonial Ode  
AC France Darget Savarit 37 France FRA   Termopyles  
AC Gonzague de Reynold 43 Switzerland SUI   Olympic Odes  
AC Franz Servais 44 Luxembourg LUX   The Sports  
AC George Bamber   Great Britain GBR   The Land Where the Rose is Grown  
AC H. Vincent   France FRA   Ode Actual  
AC Henry de Montherlant 29 France FRA   The Paradise in the Shadow of the Swords  
AC I. Couturier   United States USA   The Greek Maiden  
AC Jacques Gazeau   France FRA   Séraphita or the Mountains of Winter  
AC J. Ryan   Ireland IRL   The New Master of the Clanwilliams  
AC L. Alvar da Silva   Brazil BRA      
AC L. A. Fernández   Uruguay URU   Greetings to the Olympians  
AC Lionel Groulx 46 France FRA   Arcamba  
AC Marcel Berger 38 France FRA   History of 15 Men  
AC Peshoton Dubash 32 Great Britain GBR   A Footbal Match  
AC S. Ardoin   France FRA   Triumph of the Athlete  

Mixed Music

Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Grand Palace of the Champs-Elysées, Paris
Date Started: May 4, 1924
Date Finished: July 27, 1924

Summary

The jury members were prominent in the music scene but could not agree to award any medals for the seven competitors. Among others the jury members were Béla Bartok, Honnegger, Maurice Ravel, Igor Stravinsky, Gabriel Fauré and Manuel de Falla. None of the entrants were well-known and therefore it was not surprising that no one received the honor.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
AC Gerry   France FRA   Hymn to Sports  
AC George Bamber   Great Britain GBR   The Land Where the Rose is Grown  
AC H. Masquillier Thiriez   France FRA   Ludus pro Patria  
AC J. Richard   France FRA   Sporting March for Piano  
AC Ruby Reynolds-Lewis   Australia AUS   Foxhunt  
AC Marius Ulfrstad 33 Norway NOR   Skiing Sport  
AC Suzanne Daneau 22 Belgium BEL   Funeral Games  

Mixed Painting

Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Grand Palace of the Champs-Elysées, Paris
Date Started: May 4, 1924
Date Finished: July 27, 1924

Summary

The gold medal winner was Luxembourger [Jean Jacoby], who with two art gold medals in total, is the most successful artist in the history of the Olympic Games. Later in Amsterdam 1928, he was awarded the gold medal for his drawing Rugby. In Paris he received the medal for Three Sport Studies, named Rugby, Départ and Corner (Football).

The silver medal was won by Irish painter and author [Jack Yeats] for Swimming. He was the son of the painter John Butler Yeats and a brother of the poet William Butler Yeats, who won the 1923 Nobel Prize for literature.

Dutch [Johan van Hell] earned the bronze medal for Skaters. He was a Dutch visual artist and musician. Even as a young boy he knew that he wanted to combine these two art directions during his lifetime.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Jean Jacoby 33 Luxembourg LUX Gold Three Sport Studies  
2 Jack Yeats 52 Ireland IRL Silver Swimming  
3 Johan van Hell 35 Netherlands NED Bronze Skaters  
AC T. Elsen   Belgium BEL   Portrait of a Golfer  
AC Médard Tytgat 53 Belgium BEL   Educations of the Infants  
AC Médard Tytgat 53 Belgium BEL   Salute to the Flags  
AC Médard Tytgat 53 Belgium BEL   Winter Sports  
AC Johan V. Andersen 32 Denmark DEN   Wrestling  
AC Christian Asmussen 51 Denmark DEN   On the Hands  
AC Folmer Bonnén 39 Denmark DEN   Signal Attendant  
AC Sigurd Kielland Brandt 37 Denmark DEN   Wrestling  
AC Sigurd Kielland Brandt 37 Denmark DEN   Rally of Yachts Crossing  
AC Mogens Lorentzen 32 Denmark DEN   Marathon  
AC Aase Lundsteen 20 Denmark DEN   Football Poster  
AC Aase Lundsteen 20 Denmark DEN   Gymnastics Poster  
AC Knud Merrild 29 Denmark DEN   Female Gymnasts  
AC Knud Merrild 29 Denmark DEN   Jeu de Paume  
AC Knud Merrild 29 Denmark DEN   The Swimmer  
AC Knud Merrild 29 Denmark DEN   The Boxer  
AC Knud Merrild 29 Denmark DEN   Baseball  
AC Knud Merrild 29 Denmark DEN   The Beautiful Suzanne  
AC Sigurd Swane 44 Denmark DEN   The Dance  
AC Sigurd Swane 44 Denmark DEN   Avant l'exercice  
AC Sigurd Swane 44 Denmark DEN   The Champion  
AC Sigurd Swane 44 Denmark DEN   The Great Chiefs of Persia  
AC Enayat Allah Ibrahim   Egypt EGY   Peasant of Lower Egypt  
AC Enayat Allah Ibrahim   Egypt EGY   Peasant of Higher Egypt  
AC Enayat Allah Ibrahim   Egypt EGY   Pastègue  
AC Georges Achille-Fould 55 France FRA   The Swimmer  
AC R. G. P. Baron   France FRA   Decorative Frise for Interior Rooms of Clubs  
AC R. G. P. Baron   France FRA   Decorative Panel  
AC René Besserve   France FRA   Draft of the Wrestlers  
AC Simone Boutarel   France FRA   Sports Drawings  
AC Maurice Busset 44 France FRA   Ski Jump  
AC Maurice Busset 44 France FRA   Arrival of the Hydroplane  
AC Maurice Busset 44 France FRA   Depart of the Hydroplane  
AC Marguerite Carpentier 37 France FRA   Salute to the Athlete  
AC Georges Pilley   France FRA   The Mounted Cavalry  
AC Georges Pilley   France FRA   Rugby Players  
AC Madeleine Cotty   France FRA   Forgotten Games  
AC Madeleine Cotty   France FRA   Bobsled Course  
AC Paul Plument de Bailhac 59 France FRA   Swimmers and Artistic Divers if Deirhé  
AC Léon Auguste Derruau   France FRA   Walking Course of La Meute  
AC Auguste Estrel   France FRA   Rugby  
AC R. M. A. Guimbert   France FRA   Sporting Silhouettes  
AC Jean Guinard 24 France FRA   Boxing Knockout  
AC Pauline Lacroix   France FRA   A Fine Runner  
AC Louise Amélie Landré   France FRA   Before the Swim  
AC Louise Amélie Landré   France FRA   Before the Representation  
AC Louise Amélie Landré   France FRA   Repetition  
AC Jacques Lartigue 29 France FRA   Running Course  
AC Jacques Lartigue 29 France FRA   Resting Athlete  
AC Jacques Lartigue 29 France FRA   Boxing  
AC Jacques Lartigue 29 France FRA   110 Metre Hurdles  
AC Paul Lorrette 37 France FRA   Four Enhanced Drawings  
AC Paul Lorrette 37 France FRA   Female Sporting Silhouettes  
AC Yvonne Meley   France FRA   Tennis  
AC Yvonne Meley   France FRA   Golf  
AC André Planson 26 France FRA   Football  
AC André Planson 26 France FRA   Athletics  
AC André Planson 26 France FRA   Return of the Champions  
AC Henri Jean Pontoy 36 France FRA   The 6-Day Bicycle Race  
AC René Roussel 38 France FRA   Discus Throw  
AC Hélène Schwab 45 France FRA   Portrait of F. Hurdman Lucas in His Cabin  
AC Lucien Seevagen 37 France FRA   The Chase  
AC Georges Villa 41 France FRA   Three Panels on Fencing  
AC Pierre Segond-Weber   France FRA   Arab Boxer Bob Youssef  
AC George Bamber   Great Britain GBR   Fide and Fiducia  
AC George Bamber   Great Britain GBR   Finis Coronat Opus  
AC George Bamber   Great Britain GBR   Bearing the Banner … Seek thy Star  
AC Charles Simpson 38 Great Britain GBR   Otter Hunt  
AC Charles Simpson 38 Great Britain GBR   Wild Swans  
AC Charles Simpson 38 Great Britain GBR   Wild Ducks by the Light of the Moon  
AC Charles Simpson 38 Great Britain GBR   Duck Hunt  
AC Seán Keating 24 Ireland IRL   The Fowler  
AC John Lavery 68 Ireland IRL   Steven Donoghue  
AC Jack Yeats 52 Ireland IRL   Before the Start  
AC Albert Simon 22 Luxembourg LUX   Three Works on Sports Champions  
AC Bas Veth 63 Netherlands NED   Dawn Breaking  
AC Bas Veth 63 Netherlands NED   Arrival of the Winner of the Race to the Sun  
AC Jos Croin 30 Netherlands NED   Portrait of a Soldier in Costume  
AC Freek Engel 51 Netherlands NED   Navigation  
AC Ed Gerdes 37 Netherlands NED   Portrait of M. Westerouen van Meeteren  
AC Isaac Israëls 59 Netherlands NED   Boxing Match  
AC Isaac Israëls 59 Netherlands NED   Boxers Seconds  
AC Isaac Israëls 59 Netherlands NED   Negro Champion  
AC Isaac Israëls 59 Netherlands NED   Negro Champion's Second  
AC Martin Monnickendam 50 Netherlands NED   The Amazon  
AC Max Nauta 28 Netherlands NED   The Champion  
AC Egbert Schaap 61 Netherlands NED   Race of Sailing Yachts to Tjotter  
AC Willy Sluiter 50 Netherlands NED   Davos Winter  
AC Willy Sluiter 50 Netherlands NED   Match between Beckett and Tommy Burns  
AC Willy Sluiter 50 Netherlands NED   Football  
AC Willy Sluiter 50 Netherlands NED   Lawn Tennis  
AC Cornelis Vreedenburgh 43 Netherlands NED   Regatas  
AC Piet van der Hem 38 Netherlands NED   Corrida de Toros  
AC Willem van Hasselt 41 Netherlands NED   Football Association  
AC Cornelis van Steenwijk 27 Netherlands NED   The Boxer (T. Vigé)  
AC Bernard van Vlijmen 28 Netherlands NED   Finish of Cycling Road Race  
AC Hendrik Wolter 50 Netherlands NED   The Skiier Gunter  
AC Hendrik Wolter 50 Netherlands NED   Skaters on Dutch Canals  
AC Aleksandr Yakovlev 36 Russia RUS      
AC Princess Marie Nigeradze   Russia RUS      
AC Oscar Früh 32 Switzerland SUI   Jockeys  
AC Albert Welti 29 Switzerland SUI   The Games of the Hurnuss  
AC R. A. M. Guilmart   France FRA   Sportsmanlike Attitudes, Rowing

Mixed Sculpturing

Host City: Paris, France
Venue(s): Grand Palace of the Champs-Elysées, Paris
Date Started: May 4, 1924
Date Finished: July 27, 1924

Summary

Greek sculptor [Kostas Dimitriadis] was awarded the gold medal for his Finnish Discus Thrower. He was inspired by models from classical antiquity, as well as by more modern sculptors such as Auguste Rodin. As he submitted two works with the same title it is not quite clear which of the two works won the prize.

Luxemburgish sculptor [Frantz Heldenstein] was honored by the jury with the silver medal for his Toward the Olympic Games. He was a sculptor and interior designer. His brother [Willy Heldenstein] took part as a bobsledder at the Olympics 1928 in St. Moritz.

Again, two bronze medals were presented, one to French [Claude-Léon Mascaux] for Seven Sports Medals and one to Danish [Jean René Gauguin] for Boxer. French born Jean René Gauguin was the son of the famous artist Paul Gauguin and his Danish wife Mette Gad. He spent most of his life in Denmark where he was educated as a carpenter, but made his career as a sculptor. Little is known about Mascaux.

Final Standings

Rank Athlete Age Team NOC Medal Title  
1 Kostas Dimitriadis 45 Greece GRE Gold Finnish Discus Thrower  
2 Frantz Heldenstein 31 Luxembourg LUX Silver Toward the Olympic Games  
3T Claude-Léon Mascaux 41 France FRA Bronze Seven Sport Medals  
3T Jean René Gauguin 43 Denmark DEN Bronze Boxer  
AC Victor Demanet 29 Belgium BEL   Invocation of the Athlete  
AC Johannes Kragh 53 Denmark DEN   Ancient Gymnastics  
AC Johannes Kragh 53 Denmark DEN   Sporting Match  
AC Johannes Kragh 53 Denmark DEN   Return of the Runners  
AC José Clará 45 Spain ESP   Head of a Young Athlete  
AC Lucien Alliot 46 France FRA   Bowlers  
AC Lucien Alliot 46 France FRA   Two Boxers  
AC Lucien Alliot 46 France FRA   The Finish  
AC René Andrei 18 France FRA   The Olympic Champion  
AC Raoul Bénard 42 France FRA   Olympic Medal  
AC Raoul Bénard 42 France FRA   Commemorative Medal for 1924 Olympic Games  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Diver  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Football Player  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Runner at the Finish  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Sprinter at the Start  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Golfer  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Rugby Player  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Female Tennis Player  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Shot Putter I  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Shot Putter II  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Group of Boxers  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Javelin Thrower  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Boxer Attacking  
AC Marcel Bouraine   France FRA   Boxer Defending  
AC Eugène Bourgoin 44 France FRA   Sport Cup in Bronze, Chiseled and Gilded  
AC Marguerite Carpentier 37 France FRA   Archery  
AC Marguerite Carpentier 37 France FRA   Resting Athlete  
AC Marguerite Carpentier 37 France FRA   Boxer  
AC Félix Charpentier 66 France FRA   The Wrestlers  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Victorious Athlete  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   The Boxer  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   The Jump  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   The Start  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   The Finish  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Shot Putter  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Plaques  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Rugby Football  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Discus Thrower  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Tennis  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Portrait of Frantz Reichel  
AC François Cogné 47 France FRA   Plaster Cast of the Olympic Games  
AC Alfred Cros   France FRA   10 Plaques of Winter Sports  
AC Alfred Cros   France FRA   Rugby Football  
AC Alfred Cros   France FRA   Tennis Medal  
AC Alfred Cros   France FRA   Plaques of Shooting and Yachting  
AC Albert David   France FRA   Salute to the Athlete  
AC Louis Delapchier   France FRA   Runner at the Start  
AC Louis Delapchier   France FRA   Boxer Attacking  
AC Louis Delapchier   France FRA   Boxer Defending  
AC Louis Delapchier   France FRA   Shot Putter  
AC Joe Descomps 55 France FRA   Olympic Cup  
AC Édouard Drouot 65 France FRA   Rugby Football  
AC Georges Engrand   France FRA   Runner  
AC Édouard Fraisse 43 France FRA   Olympic Fountain  
AC Édouard Fraisse 43 France FRA   Group of Medals and Plaques  
AC Berthe Girardet 63 France FRA   Running Towards the Goal  
AC Berthe Girardet 63 France FRA   Turning Towards the Goal  
AC Henri Léon Gréber 69 France FRA   Sports Lift  
AC Henri Léon Gréber 69 France FRA   The Champion  
AC Maurice Guiraud Rivière 43 France FRA   The Runners  
AC Maurice Guiraud Rivière 43 France FRA   Association Football  
AC Maurice Guiraud Rivière 43 France FRA   Player of Chistera  
AC Maurice Guiraud Rivière 43 France FRA   Runner  
AC Maurice Guiraud Rivière 43 France FRA   Rugby Player  
AC Maurice Guiraud Rivière 43 France FRA   Football Player  
AC Maurice Guiraud Rivière 43 France FRA   Javelin Thrower  
AC Georges Halbout 28 France FRA   Salute to the Athlete  
AC Georges Halbout 28 France FRA   Dancer  
AC Georges Halbout 28 France FRA   Effort  
AC Georges Halbout 28 France FRA   Javelin Thrower  
AC Hervier   France FRA   Champion of the Olympic Games  
AC Pierre-Amédée Plasait   France FRA   Champion of the Olympic Games  
AC Hervier   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Tennis  
AC Pierre-Amédée Plasait   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Tennis  
AC Hervier   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Sports I  
AC Pierre-Amédée Plasait   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Sports I  
AC Hervier   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Sports II  
AC Pierre-Amédée Plasait   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Sports II  
AC Hervier   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Sports III  
AC Pierre-Amédée Plasait   France FRA   Silver Trophy for Sports III  
AC Raoul Lamourdedieu 47 France FRA   Discus Thrower  
AC Camille Ravot 50 France FRA   Discus Thrower  
AC Raoul Lamourdedieu 47 France FRA   Javelin Thrower  
AC Raymond Rivoire 39 France FRA   Javelin Thrower  
AC Pierre Richard-Willm 28 France FRA   A Group of Sculptures on Rugby and Skating  
AC Marie Rosenfeld   France FRA   Archer  
AC Henri Raphaël Moncassin 41 France FRA   Athlete Saluting  
AC Raoul Josset 24 France FRA   Champion of the Olympic Games  
AC Raoul Lamourdedieu 47 France FRA   Decorative Ensemble  
AC Paul Landowski 48 France FRA   Fallen Boxer  
AC Paul Landowski 48 France FRA   Flyer  
AC Ernesta Robert-Mérignac 74 France FRA   Group of Bronze Medals and Plaques  
AC Paul Richer 75 France FRA   Group of Medals  
AC Henri Raphaël Moncassin 41 France FRA   Joy of Sports  
AC Alexandre Maspoli 48 France FRA   Le Jet du Boulet  
AC Ernesta Robert-Mérignac 74 France FRA   The Fencing Lesson  
AC Alexandre Maspoli 48 France FRA   Mask of Philippides  
AC Ernesta Robert-Mérignac 74 France FRA   The Fencing Salute  
AC Ernesta Robert-Mérignac 74 France FRA   The Épée Salute  
AC Paul Richer 75 France FRA   Several Bronze Statuettes (1)  
AC Paul Richer 75 France FRA   Several Bronze Statuettes (2)  
AC Louis Tauzin 81 France FRA   Shot Putter  
AC Lucien Marinier   France FRA   Statue of Football Association  
AC Paul Landowski 48 France FRA   The Fighter  
AC Jean Verschneider   France FRA   The Jump  
AC Francisque Michot 32 France FRA   Three-Quarter Rugby Player  
AC Camille Ravot 50 France FRA   Weightlifter  
AC Katherine Maltwood 46 Great Britain GBR   The Sporting Idea  
AC Kostas Dimitriadis 45 Greece GRE   Finnish Discus Thrower  
AC Oliver Sheppard 59 Ireland IRL   Medals  
AC Antonietta Paoli Pogliani 37 Italy ITA   Bronze Medal  
AC Vincenzo Gemito 71 Italy ITA   Head of a Child  
AC Vincenzo Gemito 71 Italy ITA   Medal of Alexander the Great (1)  
AC Vincenzo Gemito 71 Italy ITA   Medal of Alexander the Great (2)  
AC Vincenzo Gemito 71 Italy ITA   Medal of Alexander the Great (3)  
AC Amleto Cataldi 37 Italy ITA   The Course  
AC Vincenzo Gemito 71 Italy ITA   The Source  
AC Vincenzo Gemito 71 Italy ITA   Water Seller  
AC Vincenzo Gemito 71 Italy ITA   Youth of the Sea  
AC Anders Svor 59 Norway NOR   Discus Thrower  
AC Sofus Madsen 42 Norway NOR   Sport Monument  
AC Sofus Madsen 42 Norway NOR   The Runner  
AC Fanie Eloff 38 South Africa RSA   Boxer  
AC Fanie Eloff 38 South Africa RSA   Javelin Thrower  
AC C. Yez   Switzerland SUI   Arrival of the Runner  
AC Oscar Waldmann 67 Switzerland SUI   Birth of Aviation  
AC G. Eichhorn   Switzerland SUI   Chalice Cups for Football, Rugby Football, Tennis  
AC C. Yez   Switzerland SUI   Rugby Players  
AC Hans Frei 56 Switzerland SUI   Several Sports Sculptures  
AC G. Eichhorn   Switzerland SUI   Several Sports Statuettes  
AC Marguerite Anne de Blonay 26 Switzerland SUI   Shot Putter  
AC Julius Schwyzer 47 Switzerland SUI   The Runner  
AC Frédéric Schmied 30 Switzerland SUI   Wrestler at Rest  
AC Jean DuÅ¡ek 32 Czechoslovakia TCH   Archer  
AC Jakub Obrovský 41 Czechoslovakia TCH   Javelin Throw  
AC Jean DuÅ¡ek 32 Czechoslovakia TCH   Winner of the Goal  
AC Sergey Yuryevich   Russia RUS      
AC Ivan Zajec 54 Yugoslavia YUG   Dead Heroes  
AC F. Kroly   Yugoslavia YUG   Rowers  
AC F. Kroly   Yugoslavia YUG   Swimming  
AC Frane Cota 25 Yugoslavia YUG   The Runner  
AC Henri Bouchard 48 France FRA   Five Medallists From Equestrianism, Tennis and Skiing  
AC Frane Cota 25 Yugoslavia YUG   Throwing the Stone  
AC Paul Roger-Bloche 58 France FRA   Nest of Grenadiers  
AC Juraj Å karpa 42 Yugoslavia YUG   Wrestler  
AC Paul Roger-Bloche 58 France FRA   Boxer  
AC Henri Dropsy 39 France FRA   A frame containing a variety of sporting, plates and medals  

 

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