Georges Récipon (January 17, 1860 - May 2, 1920), son of the Odiot goldsmith / silversmith Paul Edmond Récipon (1832–1898), was a French painter and sculptor whose major work is probably his sculpture at the Grand Palais in Paris, two monumental and exuberant quadrigas on the building's roof.
Other work includes:
- Equestrian statue of General Lariboisiere, Fougères, France)
- Nymphs of the Neva and Nymphs of the Seine groups at the Pont Alexandre III, Paris
- Suppl. Larousse Illustré, editions before 1920
- Exhibition Document, Musée du Chateau, Dinan, Brittany-France, 3 June - 26 September 1986
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