Black man's head stone (soapstone?), Carved in half-relief, signed on the back Paul MOREAU-VAUTHIER, 1934
P. MOREAU-VAUTHIER (1871-1936) designed many works related to the First World War, including the Vauthier terminals which were erected between 1921 and 1927 to materialize the front line as it was on July 18, 1918.
Works in public collections: Bieschwiller, Calais, Châlon sur saone, Combes, Neuilly sur Marne, Paris, Reims, Suippes, Thonon les Bains, Yvetot. In Mali: Monument to the heroes of the Black Army.
Exposed at the Universal exhibition of 1900 "La Parisienne"