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 (bär-thŏl′dē, -tôl-dē′), Frédéric Auguste 1834-1904.
French sculptor best known for his monumental figure of Liberty Enlightening the World, the Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor, presented to the United States by France and dedicated in 1886.
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(French bartɔldɪ)
(Biography) Frédéric August. 1834–1904, French sculptor and architect, who designed (1884) the Statue of Liberty
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(bɑrˈθɒl di, -ˈtɒl-)

Frédéric Auguste, 1834–1904, French sculptor: designed Statue of Liberty.
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But this tiny ripple of interest faded out in seventy-two hours, and the reporter-cubs proceeded variously to interest the public in the Alaskan husky dog that was half a bear, in the question whether or not Crispi Angelotti was guilty of having cut the carcass of Giuseppe Bartholdi into small portions and thrown it into the bay in a grain-sack off Fisherman's Wharf, and in the overt designs of Japan upon Hawaii, the Philippines, and the Pacific Coast of North America.
"It was a challenge to develop small cell antennas that support both 4G and 5G technology, and with a small footprint that enables them to be integrated properly into the cityscape," says Claudia Bartholdi, Product Manager at HUBER+SUHNER.
Barthe also pointed to the works of French sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi -- best known for designing the Statue of Liberty -- and his imagery of the Kingdom.
The exhibit shows the works of the first prominent international photographers, such as French ship captain Charles Guillain, who took pictures during a diplomatic voyage down the coast of Africa in 1847-48; and Auguste Bartholdi, who took pictures of Egypt, Nubia (Sudan) and Palestine, before he went on to sculpt the Statue of Liberty.
It also presents a visual record of Auguste Bartholdi's voyage to Egypt, Nubia (current day Sudan) and Palestine to photograph the principal monuments.
Highlights will include the earliest photographic images of Saudi Arabia and Yemen by Auguste Bartholdi, and the first photographic picture of Mecca by Egyptian photographer Sadiq Bey.
While once again dragging the Dalton brothers back to a new prison after their umpteenth escape, Luke comes across a French sculptor, Bartholdi, who's touring the West with a strange sculpture: a colossal hand holding a torch.
The 1980s gilt flame that the statue is holding now restores sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi's original design, officials said.
It is not expected to be on display until May 2019.Like the entire Statue of Liberty, the torch designed by the French sculptor Frederic Auguste Bartholdi (1834-1904) was replaced by a copy in 1984.
We were greeted by Auguste Bartholdi's maquette of the Statue of Liberty, the famous landmark gift from the French to the Americans on the centenary of their independence.