BORN 25 Jul 1890, Buenos Aires - DIED 11 Nov 1954, Genève|
GRAVE LOCATION Genève: Cimetière de Plainpalais, Rue des Rois (C-256)
Pedro Meylan studied art in Genève and Munich, where Adolph Hildebradt
was his teacher. Early in his career he was actively supported
by Carl Albert Loosli. |
Meylan created busts of poets and artists in a style that reminds of Carpeaux and Rodin. A sculpture by his hand was placed on the tomb of Hector Hodler who was known for his influence on esperanto.
made a sculpture of Hodler, Ferdinand