Federico Coullaut-Valera Mendigutia

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Dulcinea (1957), sculpture by Federico Coullaut-Valera. Madrid (Spain).

Federico Coullaut-Valera Mendigutia (1912–1989) was a Spanish sculptor. The son of sculptor Lorenzo Coullaut-Valera, he was born in Madrid.

He continued the work begun by his father in the Plaza de España. Coullaut-Valera Mendigutia finished the monument in this square between 1956 and 1957.

A statue of Charles III of Spain by Coullaut-Valera stands in Olvera Street, Los Angeles. It was presented in 1976 and dedicated by Juan Carlos I of Spain and Sofia of Spain in 1987. Charles had ordered the founding of the town that became Los Angeles.[1]

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