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Georges-Abel Vandevoorde (1878-1970) 

Belgian Sculptor and medalist. 

He won the Second Prize Godecharle in 1905 and regularly showed his work at international exhibitions. 

He sculpted several monuments, including a war-memorial in Brussels, the sculpture of Pieter Coutereel in Louvain and the monument of Saint John Nepomucenus which was his last monumental design and coincidentally is located in his birthplace of Kortrijk, Belgium. 

He created portrait-busts of famous people which can be seen in parks all over Belgium.

He worked in many mediums, including ivory, clay, stone, wood, spelter and bronze.





 de Voorde showed his work in many national and international exhibitions during his lifetime (born 1878, died 1964). He sculpted in a wide variety of mediums: clay, stone, ivory, wood, shelter and bronze and he created several large public monuments including that of St. John Nepomucenus in Kortrijk, Belgium, his birthplace.


  de Voorde showed his work in many national and international exhibitions during his lifetime (born 1878, died 1964). He sculpted in a wide variety of mediums: clay, stone, ivory, wood, shelter and bronze and he created several large public monuments including that of St. John Nepomucenus in Kortrijk, Belgium, his birthplace.


  Van de Voorde showed his work in many national and international exhibitions during his lifetime (born 1878, died 1964). He sculpted in a wide variety of mediums: clay, stone, ivory, wood, shelter and bronze and he created several large public monuments including that of St. John Nepomucenus in Kortrijk, Belgium, his birthplace.


  Voorde showed his work in many national and international exhibitions during his lifetime (born 1878, died 1964). He sculpted in a wide variety of mediums: clay, stone, ivory, wood, shelter and bronze and he created several large public monuments including that of St. John Nepomucenus in Kortrijk, Belgium, his birthplace.


 

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