Gustave Frédéric Michel (1851–1924) was a French sculptor, and medallist,  according to Marina Warner "one of the most famous sculptors of the first decades of this (twentieth) century in France," although virtually unknown today. 
Ruhr Occupation, French Art Medal 1924 by Michel. Reverse: The devil riding on a
l., and playing a
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 1924 Medal Occupation of the Ruhr.
References [ edit ]
^ L. Forrer, Michel, Gustave (1909). Biographical Dictionary of Medallists. Volume 4. London: Spink & Son Ltd. p. 66.
^ L. Forrer, Michel, Gustave (1930). Biographical Dictionary of Medallists. Volume 8. London: Spink & Son Ltd. p. 58.
Monuments and Maidens: the Allegory of the Female Form, Marina Warner, Vintage, 1996
External links [ edit ]
Gustave Michel in American public collections on the French Sculpture Census website