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    Édouard Marcel Sandoz (Swiss, 1881 ~ 1971) Sandoz along with Francois Pompon and Rembrandt Bugatti, was one of the leading animal sculptors of the 20th Century. After studying Chemistry in Geneva, he moved to Paris to study at the prestigious Ecole des Beaux-Arts. His work focused on both human and animal forms in bronze and stone. All of his sculptures are characterised by a geometric form which is strongly influenced by both the Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. Sandoz bronzes are increasingly collectable today, commanding premium prices. He is also well known for his design work for the Haviland porcelain company in Limoges, France, which resulted in many distinctive porcelain objects in the form of animals.
    Source – Tikiri Wanduragala