Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi  

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Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi (2 August 1834, Colmar, Haut-Rhin – 4 October 1904) was a French sculptor who is best known for designing the Statue of Liberty.

Works in Colmar

Bartholdi's hometown Colmar prides itself with a number of statues and monuments by the sculptor, as well as with a museum, founded in 1922 in the house in which he was born, at 30 Rue des Marchands.

  • Monument du Général Rapp – 1856 (first shown 1855 in Paris. Bartholdi's earliest major work)
  • Fontaine Schongauer – 1863 (in front of the Unterlinden Museum)
  • Fontaine de l'Amiral Bruat – 1864
  • Fontaine Roeselmann – 1888
  • Monument Hirn – 1894
  • Fontaine Schwendi – 1898
  • Statue "Les grands soutiens du monde" − 1902 (in the courtyard of the museum)

Other major works

Bartholdi's other major works includes a variety of statues at Clermont-Ferrand, in Paris, and in other places. Notable works include the following:

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