Guilherme Fajardo

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Without the use of paints, Portuguese artist Alexandre Vhils sculpts expressive faces on the walls of dilapidated buildings. Lisbon.

Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto (aka “Vhils”) - Lisbon, Rua de Cascais in Alcântara near the Santo Amaro Docks and represents the American street artist Brad Downey, his friend. (all rights reverved by Lisbon Lux)

Jean Goujon 1 of the most important sculptors of the French Renaissance; he worked from roughly 1540 to 1562.   His first work as architect and sculptor can be found in Rouen, where he created the tomb of Louis de Brézé. He reappears in Paris in 1544, working with Pierre Lescot: he worked on the jube in Saint-Germain-L'Auxerrois (no longer standing), then later in the chapel at Ecouen for Constable Anne de Montmorencey (wood work conserved in Chantilly) from 1547 to 1548.

Jean Goujon 1 of the most important sculptors of the French Renaissance; he worked from roughly 1540 to 1562. His first work as architect and sculptor can be found in Rouen, where he created the tomb of Louis de Brézé. He reappears in Paris in 1544, working with Pierre Lescot: he worked on the jube in Saint-Germain-L'Auxerrois (no longer standing), then later in the chapel at Ecouen for Constable Anne de Montmorencey (wood work conserved in Chantilly) from 1547 to 1548.