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Charles Cumberworth (1811 - 1852)

Charles Cumberworth, born in Verdun in 1811 and passing in Paris in 1852, was a notable sculptor of his time, recognized for his contributions to the Paris Salon exhibitions between 1833 and 1848. His artistic journey commenced with his education at the School of Fine Arts in 1829, culminating in a career adorned with significant works such as the statues of Marie Amelie, Queen of the French, and the Duke of Montpensier, as well as a bronze bust of Paul Féval. Cumberworth’s legacy is marked by his distinctive sculptures that capture the essence of his era​

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