Célestin Anatole Calmels

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Calmels was admitted to the Ecole des Beaux Arts in 1837 and studied under Bosio, Pradier and Blondel. He was awarded silver at the prix de Rome in 1839 and bronze in 1852. Calmels settled in Portugal but sent examples of his work to the Paris Salon from 1843 to 1872. His sculpture includes a bust of Ballanche, Gutenberg, a marble bust of Géricault, and a marble statue of Denis Papin. He Worked on various churches and sculpted a St Clement for the St-Jacques-la-Boucherie. In 1866 he produced the equestrian statue of Pedro IV that stood in Oporto.

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