André Bizette-Lindet

André Bizette Lindet (1906 Savenay - 1998 Sèvres)

French sculptor, student of Bouchard at the École Nationale des Beaux Arts in Paris.
Awarded with the Grand Prix de Rome in 1931 with his 'Lanceur de Javelot'. He is the author
of the sculptural figures of the bronze doors of the Musée d'Art Moderne de la ville de Paris
(1937) and has decorated together with Alfred Courmes the French Embassy in Ottawa in 1938,
as well as the French Pavilion at the International Exhibition of New York in 1939.
During the second part of his ling career he was a contributor ro 'Mur Vivant' or how to mix
sculpture and contemporary architecture.

George Grente, writer and historian and Archbishop of Le Mans, personally comissioned his
recumbent statue to Bizette-Lindet. The final monument at Le Mans has been achieved by 1965.