THE PRIX GALIEN MEDAL

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ALBERT DE JAEGER
(1908-1992)

Albert de Jaeger (1908 – 1992), who was awarded the Premier Grand Prix de Rome architectural prize, designed the Prix Galien medal. He designed the Weizsman Institute medal, and medals for prominent figures such as Pope Pius XII (in 1937 at the Villa Medicis) and Pope Jean-Paul I, Presidents Dwight D. Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy, distinguished military leaders including Marshals Leclerc, Koenig, Montgomery, Marshall and Joukov; artists, literary figures and prominent personalities such as Sacha Guitry, Marcel Proust, Henri de Montherlant, Paul Haris, several Nobel Prize laureates, the Empress of Iran SA Farah Diba, Princess Grace of Monaco, and so many more…

He also created many outstanding monuments in France and throughout the world.


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