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20th Century Decorative Arts

Clovis Edmond Masson

Clovis Edmond Masson (France 1838-1913) was a french "animalier" sculptor.

As an apprentice of Antoine Louis Barye, Santiago and Rouillard, he made his first appearance in the Salon of 1867, where he participated until 1909, and received an honorable mention in 1890.
He mainly exposed wild animals as lions, panthers and wild boars and deer, but also domestic animals as dogs, cats and horses.
Several french museums show his work.

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