Paul Maximilian Landowski, 1875-1961 The son of a Polish refugee, he grew up in Paris & was trained from 1895 at the École des Beaux Arts. In 1900 he won the Prix de Rome, earning him 4 years of study there. In a career of over 55 years he produced many monuments in Paris & the surrounding area, & elsewhere abroad, also war memorials in France, Algeria & Morocco; & is perhaps best known for his Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, 1931.
Ault, Haute Garonne, 1921
Butte de Chalmont, Aisne, 1930-34
Fargniers, Aisne, 1925
Labarthe Inard, Haute Garonne, 1922
Le Neubourg, Eure 1920 destroyed in Allied bombardment, 20 June 1944