Bust sculpted by his brother André-Joseph Allar
|Born||February 17, 1841|
|Died||August 22, 1904|
|Relatives||André-Joseph Allar (brother)|
Gaudensi Allar (1841–1904) was a French architect.
In 1889, he was commissioned by Nicolas Chave, son of André Chave (1799-1868), to design a private residence on the corner of the Boulevard Chave and the Place Jean Jaurès in Marseille; his brother was asked to sculpt a bust of André Chave on the corner as well.
He also designed a building located at 15 rue Honnorat in Marseille, known as the Foyer social Honnorat or the Fondation Massabo-Zafiropulo.
He died on August 22, 1904.
- Gaudensi Allar, Quelques elements d'hygiene appliques a l'habitation moderne (Samat & Company, 1903).
- Laurent Noet, Vie et œuvre du sculpteur André Allar, 1845-1926: catalogue raisonné, Mare & Martin, 2008, p. 68 
- Laurent Noet, Vie et œuvre du sculpteur André Allar, 1845-1926: catalogue raisonné, Mare & Martin, 2008, p. 28 
- Pierre Guiral, Félix Reynaud, Les Marseillais dans l'histoire, Privat, 1988, p. 83 
- Corinne Bonnet, Cabanel P, Michel Bruneau, Dominique Jarrassé, Sarah Mekdjian, Dieux-valises, Presses Universitaire du Mirail, 2008, p. 109 
- French Ministry of Culture
- Google Books
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