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LIST OF SOME MONUMENTAL AND PUBLIC WORKS BY SCULPTOR ANGEL TARRAC
1923- Monumental bronze fountain, with a figure of an adolescent, (Corner of Diagonal and Bailen, Barcelona, Spain.
1927- At the Royal Palace of Pedralbes in Barcelona, The Goddess, a stone feminine figure.
1928- The Wind, feminine figure in stone (exhibited that year at the Museum of Modern Art), Barcelona, Spain.
1929- El Vallés, monumental masculine figure in bronze, Royal Palace of Barcelona, Spain (current location is not known) Barcelona, Spain
1932- Monument to the Spanish Republic Tividabo Mountain, Barcelona, Spain.
1933- Bust of the President of Catalonia's Government, Luis Companys, Barcelona, Spain.
1935- Statue in bronze, honoring all scholars, for the gardens of the Holy Family Cathedral (Sagrada Familia), Barcelona, Spain.
1940- Monument to the French Republic, City Hall of Agde, Herault, France.
1941- Bust of Madame Tiffi, Museum of Agde, France.
1943- The Venus of the Sans Souci, bronze raised work adorning the entryway of a building, Mexico City.
1947- Bronze Trophy to the heroes of the Mexican Military Academy.
1947- Bust of the general Maximino Avila Camacho, Teziutlán, Puebla, Mexico.
1953- Monumental stone eagle for the Rotary Club of Zitácuaro, Michoacán, Mexico.
1957- Bronze statue to Mexican President Adolfo Ruíz Cortínez, for the Cities of Villahermosa, Tabasco, and Teloloapan, Guerrero, Mexico.
1963- Raised 70 feet long work in stone The Birth of México, located in the Revolutionary Institutional Party's building in Mexico City.
1963- Mexican Coat of Arms in bronze for the border cities between the U.S.A. and Mexico:
Tijuana, Nogales, Ciudad Juárez, Reynosa, Matamoros, Piedras Negras, and Ciudad Acuña.
1964- Bronze statue of the American President Abraham Lincoln, measuring 13 feet high, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico.
1965- Large sized medallion to ex President Adolfo López Mateos for the National College of Teachers, Mexico City.
1969- At the National Museum of History Chapultepec Castle) in Mexico City, a 13 feet tall bronze statue of Morelos.Two replicas are located in Ecatepec and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. A small version can be found at the House of the Presidents (Los Pinos.)
1971- Monumental bust in bronze of Mexican President Lázaro Cárdenas, located in numerous buildings of the Mexican Union of Petroleum Workers in Mexico City, and throughout several cities in the states of Veracruz and Tamaulipas.
1972- Monumental bust in bronze of Mexican President Benito Juárez, Ciudad Satélite, Mexico.
1973- Hands in Prayer sculpted in stone, Cuautla.
1973- Hands in Prayer sculpted in marble weighing 37 tons, for Jardínes del Recuerdo, Tlalnepantla, Mexico.
1977- Statue in bronze of General José de J. Clark, for the Mexican Olympic Committee, Mexico City.
1977- Monumental bust in bronze of the Spanish poet and philosopher José de Sagarra, for the Center of Catalán Studies, now located at the Romea Playhouse in Barcelona, Spain.
1978- Stone statue of Mexican President Adolfo López Mateos, Atizapán, Mexico.
1978- Monumental raised work in bronze of the missionary Fray Diego de Saura, commissioned by the Spanish government to be dedicated to the people of the Philippines.
1980- Bronze statue Otomí for the Altamirano Park, Acapulco, Mexico.
1993- Mexican Coat of Arms, Consulate General of Mexico, Los Angeles, California.
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