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    Paul Eduoard Delabrierre (French, 1829 ~ 1912) Born in Paris, Delabrierre was a French animalier sculptor who worked in the mid-to-late 19th century and the early 20th century. Delabrierre the son of Louis Henri Delabrièrre and Marie Zoe Delabrièrre first studied painting under the direction of Jean-Baptiste Delestre but ultimately became a sculptor instead. Little is known of Delabrièrre’s life besides the work he left behind which exist in bronze, plaster, wax, and terra cotta. Delabrièrre was an important member of the animalier school who exhibited at the Salon from 1848–82. His first two exhibits were typical of the style of his work throughout his career. Most of his oeuvre were comparatively small models, however his larger pieces often incorporated figures. His work varies in style and quality with some models directly influenced by Barye who was the father of the animalier school. Delabrièrre’s more popular realist bronzes were of impeccable quality and place him in the top echelon of his school