Art competitions at the 1924 Summer Olympics
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 at the Olympic Games 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.
|Architecture||none awarded|| Alfréd Hajós and Dezső Lauber (HUN)
Plan for a stadium
| Julien Médecin (MON)
Stadium for Monte Carlo
|Literature|| Géo-Charles (FRA)
| Josef Petersen (DEN)
| Charles Gonnet (FRA)
"Vers le Dieu d'Olympie"
| Margaret Stuart (GBR)
| 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)
|Sculpture|| Konstantinos Dimitriadis (GRE)
| Frantz Heldenstein (LUX)
| Jean René Gauguin (DEN)
| Claude-Léon Mascaux (FRA)
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.
|6||Great Britain (GBR)||0||1||0||1|
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