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    Apartis showed three works in the Salon d'Automne in 1921. [2] There he met Antoine Bourdelle and decided to transfer from the Academie Julian to the Grande Chaumière , where he studied for four years before leaving in 1925 without graduating. [3] Bourdelle gave Apartis much help in his career, and arranged for his work to be shown in 1923 at the Salon des Tuileries . Apartis began to obtain commissions in the 1920s, and made several busts of prominent people. [2] Helena Venizelos provided a small grant that let him live in Paris until 1940, with short return visits to Greece. [4] In 1939 he was made a Chevalier of the Legion of Honour . He exhibited at the Petit Palais and the Jeu de Paume . His Woman and Child was bought by the French government, and he was asked to make a sculpture of Adonis by the Greek government. [2]

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