XIX - XXth century sculptures
CARVIN Louis Albert (1875-1951)
He was taught by two great animal sculptors, Frémiet and Gardet. He followed his teachers' path in animal sculpture and started exhibiting such sculptures made out of plaster, marble and bronze at the Salon des Artistes Français in 1891. He kept a classical approach of the art, occasionally venturing into other themes like children and characters, inspired from La Fontaine's fables. He produced a lot of works and was still exhibited at differents Salons in the 1930s.
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