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Gustave Frédéric Michel (1851–1924) was a French sculptor, according to Marina Warner "one of the most famous sculptors of the first decades of this (twentieth) century in France," although virtually unknown today.
- Monument commemorating the French Revolution, Châtellerault (Vienna), 1890
- two figural groups on the supports of Pont de Bir-Hakeim in Paris, circa 1900
- Monument to Jules Ferry and Autumn, the Jardin des Tuileries in Paris, 1910
- Monuments and Maidens: the Allegory of the Female Form, Marina Warner, Vintage, 1996
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