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A man carving a big stone using his axe. Taken - Dec. 1967

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A man carving a big stone using his axe.

Taken - Dec. 1967
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A man carving a big stone using his axe.

Taken - Dec. 1967
A man carving a big stone using his axe. Taken - Dec. 1967
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Étienne Martin (1913–1995) was a French non-figurative sculptor. Born Henri Étienne-Martin 4 February 1913 in Loriol, Drôme, France, Étienne Martin attended the Ecole des Beaux Arts de Lyon from 1929 to 1933, where he met Marcel Michaud. He moved to Paris in 1934, working at the studio of Charles Malfray at the Académie Ranson where he came into contact with such painters as Roger Bissière, Jean Le Moal, Jean Bertholle, Alfred Manessier, Zelman, Véra Pagava, and the sculptor François Stahly. With them, he became part of the group Témoignage, which had exhibitions in Paris in 1938 and 1939. He worked primarily in wood and plaster, creating works inspired by his childhood memories of his home in Loriol. Later sculpture included bronze, string, and textiles. Keywords: Étienne Martin, sculptor, artist, people, man,

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