Berger et Chien

Lormier, Edouard

Edouard Lormier (1847-1919)

Lormier was born in St. Omer and died in Paris in 1919. He studied under Jouffroy at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts and exhibited at the Salon from 1866. He specialised in statues and busts of contemporary personalities, also creating classical statuettes - Academia, Sappho & Historia.

A highly regarded sculptor he received many public commissions and worked on commemorative  monuments - Jacqueline Robin (heroine of St. Omer), La Victoire de 1793 for Dunkerque, Aux Sauvetons for Calais.

Berger et Chien by Edouard Lormier (1847-1919)

Bronze figure of a shepherd and his dog with presentation plaque to base.

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Berger et Chien   Circa 1880   Signed: Lormier   Height: 50 cm

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