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    BIZARD, SUZANNE

    Suzanne Bizard , born on in Saint-Amand-Montrond and died on in Paris. She was a French sculptor that became a member of the Society of French Artist where she exhibited until 1936. She obtained an honorable mention in 1900 , where her plaster statue Towards the Ideal ( No. 1846) was purchased by the state. She also exhibited at the Salon of French Artists Honor and Money in 1903 and two portraits in 1904 and 1905. She received a bronze medal in 1913. She specialises in mainly bronze bust portraits, children's statuettes and groups.