Paul Comoléra, born in Paris on June 3, 1813 and died in Paris on November 9, 1890. He is a French animal sculptor. He is a pupil of François Rude. He made his debut at the Salon in 1846 and exhibited there regularly until his death.
Known for his realistic sculptures of farm animals and birds, lacking the romantic style of his famous pupil Jules Moigniez, his art is detailed and anatomically accurate.
The Susse frères company was created in 1758, in Paris, originally a stationery business, it earned its letters of nobility in the art foundry. Today it is the oldest art foundry in France still in operation.
Dimensions: W 13 H 3 D 6.