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Course aux chevaux bronze Frans Jochems

FR: Course de chevaux, bronze de Frans Jochems. Piece unique provenant de l'atelier de l'artiste. Frans Jochems (1880-1949), est considere comme l'un des plus importants sculpteurs animaliers de l'ecole d'Anvers. Frans Jochems suit des cours dans l'atelier du lithographe Julien't Feld, dans la section des arts appliques de l'Ecole Saint-Luc, a Anvers, ensuite a l'Academie d'Anvers, chez Thomas Vincotte (1850-1925) et Francois (Frans) Joris (1851-1914). Voyages d'etude a Paris et Londres, ou il obtient des commandes. Cree des oeuvres religieuses, des portraits, des medaillons, des monuments, mais sera surtout celebre pour ses sculptures animalieres. Commandes officielles et privees. Realise un monument de guerre a Verviers. Travaille a Anvers, a la fonderie de Frans Albers; epouse Maria Albers, la fille du fondeur (1920). Installe son atelier avenue Marie-Jose, a Berchem. Sculpte d'apres nature au Zoo d'Anvers, et devient le maitre du sculpteur animalier Karel Trompeneers (1891-1947). Chevalier de l'Ordre de la Couronne, en reconnaissance de son oeuvre (1925). Travaille en divers materiaux: platre, terre cuite, pierre blanche, bronze, bois, marbre, ivoire, et realise aussi bien des statues monumentales que des portraits, bustes, figures et animaux dans un contexte realiste. EN: Horse race, bronze by Frans Jochems. Unique piece from the artist's studio. Frans Jochems (1880-1949), is considered one of the most important animal sculptors of the Antwerp school. Frans Jochems follows courses in the studio of the lithographer Julien't Feld, in the section of applied arts of the Ecole Saint-Luc, in Antwerp, then at the Academy of Antwerp, with Thomas Vincotte (1850-1925) and FranÃcois (Frans) Joris (1851-1914). Study trips to Paris and London, where he obtained commissions. Creates religious works, portraits, medallions, monuments, but will be especially famous for his animal sculptures. Official and private orders. Build a war monument in Verviers. Works in Antwerp, at the foundry of Frans Albers; married couple Maria Albers, the founder's daughter (1920). Set up his workshop on avenue Marie-Jose, in Berchem. Sculpts from nature at the Antwerp Zoo, and becomes the master of the animal sculptor Karel Trompeneers (1891-1947). Knight of the Order of the Crown, in recognition of his work (1925). Works in various materials: plaster, terracotta, white stone, bronze, wood, marble, ivory, and creates monumental statues as well as portraits, busts, figures and animals in a realistic context.
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