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J. Maurice Reymond de Broutelles (or just Maurice Reymond, sometimes also given as "de Brouteilles", April 25, 1862 – November 17, 1936[1]) was a Swiss sculptor, painter, and engraver who worked in Paris, France.

Born in Geneva, Reymond studied in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Henri Chapu and Félix Joseph Barrias.[2] Reymond had his atelier in Paris, where he frequently presented his works at expositions. At the Expositions Universelles in Paris in 1889 and in 1900 he was awarded a bronze and a silver medal for his works, respectively. He died in Paris at the age of 74.[3]

Selected works
Statue Neue Geschichte (Modern history) at the Federal Palace in Berne, Switzerland.


* The calm (plaster statue) and Bust of a child (bronze), both at the Musée Rath in Geneva, Switzerland.
* Statues of Polynesia and South America on the main post office of Geneva.
* Bronze bust of Henri-Frédéric Amiel, University of Geneva.
* Expression study, bronze bust at the Museum of Winterthur, Switzerland.
* Bronze statue of Major Davel in Lausanne, Switzerland (1891).
* The rage, bas-relief.
* A damned (after Dante), marble.
* Bronze busts of Mathias Morhardt and of Félix Vallotton.
* Bronze statues Ancient history and Modern history besides the main entrance of the Federal Palace in Berne, Switzerland (1901).
* The heads of "Wisdom", "Strength", and "Courage", also at the Federal Palace in Bern; decorations in stone.
* Statue of Alexandre Vinet in Lausanne.


* Nue assise dans les fleurs, nude painting, 1922.


1. ^ Vollmer, H.: Allgemeines Lexikon der Bildenden Künstler, vol. IV, E. A. Seemann Verlag, Leipzig 1958; entry "Reymond (de Broutelles), J. Maurice".
2. ^ Bénézit, 1999 edition, vol. 11, entry "Reymond de Broutelles, J. Maurice".
3. ^ Veillon, P.: "Reymond de Brouteilles, Maurice", in Brun, C.: Schweizerisches Künstler-Lexikon, Verlag von Huber & Co., Frauenfeld 1908.

Artist from Switzerland

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