ANIE-MOUROUX, Mélanie MOUROUX, called

Paris 1887 - Roquebillière, Alpes-Maritimes 1978

Biography:
Mélanie Anaïs Emilie MOUROUX, called ANIE-MOUROUX.
See French Wikipedia, https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anie_Mouroux (accessed May 9, 2017):
First woman to be a candidate for the Prix de Rome in medal engraving. Obtained the second second Grand prix de Rome (deuxième second grand prix de Rome) in 1919.
See also Anne Rivière, Dictionnaire des sculptrices en France [Dictionary of Women Sculptors in France], Paris, Mare et Martin, 2017, p. 49-50:
Signs Mélanie MOUROUX before World War I.
Stayed in New York City in the 1920s.

Genre: F

Number of sculptures: 6

ANIE-MOUROUX, Mélanie MOUROUX, called

Armistice of 1918 / Peace of 1919

New Haven

ANIE-MOUROUX, Mélanie MOUROUX, called

Armistice of 1918 / Peace of 1919

New Haven

ANIE-MOUROUX, Mélanie MOUROUX, called

La Victoire du Droit, 1919

New Haven

ANIE-MOUROUX, Mélanie MOUROUX, called

Living Memory / 1914 For the Homeland

New Haven

ANIE-MOUROUX, Mélanie MOUROUX, called

Vivant Souvenir

Portland

ANIE-MOUROUX, Mélanie MOUROUX, called

Warren G. Harding, US President

New Haven