Work of French sculptor Paul Edouard Delabrierre. Born in Paris. An important member of the Animalier school, he exhibited at the Salon from 1848-1882. Most of his works were comparatively small models often incorporating figures. His works varies in quality and style with some models directly influenced by Barye cast in an inferior style. His more popular realistic subject are invariably better finished and placed him in the top league of his school. The facade of the Louvre incorporates one of his largest groups L'Equitation, made in 1857. A list of his 70 works presented to the Salon can be found in the 'Dictionarre des Sculpeurs' by S. Lami.
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