Fernand Joseph Job Hamar

Fernand Joseph Job Hamar, (1869 – 1943) was a French sculptor born in Vendôme who lost his hearing as a child during the Franco-Prussian war. He entered the Institut National de Jeunes Sourds de Paris, where Hamar learned the art of sculpting. His works include the 1902 General Comte de Rochambeau memorial in Lafayette Square, Washington, D.C.