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Guilloux, Albert Gaston French , 20th century , male . Born 9 October 1871 , in Rouen ; died 1952 , in Paris . Sculptor , medallist , painter . Guilloux came from a family of sculptors, and was a student of Coutan and then of Falguière. He was the brother of Alphonse and Benjamin Charles Guilloux, and the uncle of Charles Aimé Guilloux. As a classical sculptor, he was awarded a second-class Grand Prix de Rome with The Ghoul . In Paris, he exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français, where he received a first-class medal in 1906 . He received the Prix Chenavard

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Guilloux, Benjamin Charles French , 19th – 20th century , male . Born 19th century , in Rouen ; died 1922 . Sculptor . Benjamin Guilloux was the brother of Alphonse Eugène Guilloux and Albert Gaston Guilloux, and was the father of Charles Aimé Guilloux. He first exhibited at the Salon de Paris in 1878 .

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Guilloux, Charles Aimé French , 20th century , male . Born 29 January 1914 , in Paris . Painter . Charles Aimé Guilloux was the son of Benjamin Charles Guilloux. He was orphaned at an early age, and was brought up by his uncles Albert Guilloux and Albert Lebourg. Guilloux began to paint while studying law. He started as an amateur painter, then exhibited a number of times at the Société des Beaux-Arts in Paris after the war, and was finally able to devote himself exclusively to painting.

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Guilloux, Alphonse Eugène French , 19th – 20th century , male . Born 2 June 1852 , in Rouen ; died 19 November 1939 , in Bois-Guillaume-les-Rouen . Sculptor . Busts, statues . Alphonse Guilloux was the son of the Rouen ornamental sculptor Benjamin Guilloux, and the brother of Albert Gaston and Benjamin Charles Guilloux. He studied at the École des Beaux-Arts in Rouen and then at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, where he was taught by Dumont and Falguière. He taught at the École des Beaux-Arts in Rouen. He enjoyed academic success with classical subjects, then