To me, transmitting is a way to give back what I received in 1985, after enrolling at the Ecole Boulle. If I can teach and train a few youngsters willing to learn a profession and to have an independent life as an adult, I feel deeply satisfied. Basically, my workshop is opened to anyone. Unfortunately, hand-engravers are becoming rare and I heard too many times the motto: ‘A secret life is a happy life’. As a result, no transmission is provided. Yet, the Meilleurs Ouvriers de France charter explicitly states (line N° 7): ‘In simplicity and humility, sharing and transmitting one’s knowledge’.
Louis Oscar Roty (1846-1911), French engraver of coins and medals, creator of the “Semeuse”
Louis Oscar Roty is a French coin and medal engraver. He was born in Paris on 11 June 1846 and died in Paris on 23 March 1911. He is the creator and engraver of the […]→ Lire l’article
Henri Dropsy (1885-1969) sculptor and a French medal engraver.
Henri Dropsy, born in Paris 3rd January 21, 1885 and died in Veneux-Les-Sablons on November 2, 1969, is a French sculptor and medal engraver. He signs some of his Henry Dropsy works. He was a […]→ Lire l’article
Jules-Clément Chaplain (1839-1909) French engraver medalist, Grand Prix de Rome in 1863.
Jules-Clément Chaplain, known as Jules Chaplain was born in Mortagne-au-Perche on 12 July 1839 and died in Paris on 13 July 1909. He is a French sculptor and engraver-medalist. A talented engraver and admired at […]→ Lire l’article
Thérèse DUFRESNE artist sculptor medalist (1937-2010)
These few lines on Thérèse DUFRESNE, artist sculptor medalur whom I like very much. Simply, today on the web, we find nothing about her, except the sales of her medals on ebay, the good corner. […]→ Lire l’article
FIDEM Canada 2018 in Ottawa, meeting of world medallists
The 35th FIDEM Congress, in Ottawa, Canada, has just closed its doors. A unique moment to meet world players on the art of the medal. Glad to have been able to present our creation of […]→ Lire l’article
Seta TETSUJI, Japanese artist and creator of contemporary medals, will spend a day in Lyon
On September 2, 2016, Seta TETSUJI, Japanese artist and creator of contemporary medals, will spend a day in Lyon, before the FIDEM international congress in Belgium. He asked me to come and see me at […]→ Lire l’article
22th Student Medal Project, a first in France
Little film from a first in France, for the 22nd Student Medal Project. The medals of the competition: 10 French creations from the “Jura”, were judged in the British Museum with 95 British creations. The […]→ Lire l’article
Our students create and engrave a medal: “I’m Charlie”
After the tragicevents in France last January, the students of the engraving classes of « Ferdinand Fillod High School » in St Amour France have created a commemorative medal. The work is composed of 9 […]→ Lire l’article
The Student Medal Project 2010
Créations médailles des étudiants 2010 pour le concours “Student Medal Project” (fondatrice Marcy Leavitt Bourne), soutenu par la British Art Medal Society. A Nation Of Peeping Toms Alice Wall Awareness Of Deafness Beach Bums – […]→ Lire l’article
Créations médailles des étudiants 2011 pour le concours “Student Medal Project”
Créations médailles des étudiants 2011 pour le concours “Student Medal Project” (fondatrice Marcy Leavitt Bourne), soutenu par la British Art Medal Society. Drop Beats not Bombs Honesty on the Internet Ignorance Is Bliss Harmony between […]→ Lire l’article
The 22nd annual project British Art Medal society student medal
THE BRITISH ART MEDAL SOCIETY STUDENT MEDAL PROJECT THE BRIEF FOR 2015 – TO ALL COLLEGES PARTICIPATING THIS YEAR The 22nd Annual Project 1. We have formulated a number of areas in which medals will […]→ Lire l’article