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Smout attended the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in Amsterdam. He was a student of Ludwig Jünger, Bart van Hove and Ferdinand Leenhoff. In 1901 he won the second prize in the Dutch Prix de Rome in the category sculpture, three years later he was awarded the first prize. He was a member of the Arti et Amicitiae artist association in Amsterdam.
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