XIX - XXth century sculptures

BITTER Ary Jean Léon (1883-1973)

Ary Bitter was born in Marseilles. He was taught by Louis-Ernest Barrias and Jules Coutan and won the first prize in sculpture in 1900. He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français for many years during the early part of the twentieth century. He became well known for his animal sculptures and pastoral themes, made out of bronze, terracotta and stone. His numerous awards echoed with his brilliance.