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Frédéric-Charles-Victor de Vernon
French artist

Frédéric-Charles-Victor de Vernon

Frédéric-Charles-Victor de Vernon
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Intro French artist
Was Artist Sculptor Medallist Engraver Architect
From France
Field Arts Creativity Engineering
Gender male
Birth 17 November 1858, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Death 28 October 1911, Paris, Île-de-France, France (aged 52 years)
Children: Jean de Vernon
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Frédéric-Charles Victor de Vernon (17 November 1858, in Paris – 28 October 1911), was a sculptor and engraver of French medals.


He was educated at the École des beaux-arts where his teachers were Jules Cavelier, Jules-Clément Chaplain, and Émile Tasset.

In 1881, he won second great Prix de Rome and in 1887 the first grand prix of Rome, after which he spent three years at the villa Médicis.

Member of the Société des artistes français since 1896, he was elected member of the Académie des beaux-arts in 1909.

His son Jean de Vernon (1897-1975), was likewaise an engraver, medallist and a French sculptor.

A prize for engraving bears his name and that of his son Jean: "Prix Frédéric et Jean de Vernon - Gravure".

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