Alfred Jean Halou

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Alfred Jean Halou (born in Blois in 1875 and died in Paris in 1939) was a French sculptor.

He followed the class of Alexandre Falguière at the École des Beaux Arts and was also a pupil of Auguste Rodin. He was then part of the band named "la bande à Schnegg", including Lucien Schnegg, Antoine Bourdelle, Charles Despiau, Robert Wlérick, Léon-Ernest Drivier, François Pompon, Louis Dejean, Charles Malfray, Auguste de Niederhausern, Henry Arnold, Jane Poupelet and Yvonne Serruys.[1]

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  1. ^ "Gaston Schnegg et le monument de Quinsac en Gironde", 19 November 2007 Retrieved June 4, 2009
  2. ^ Retrieved June 4, 2009