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Charles Louchet was a french sculptor and chaser, known for his very finely detailed bronze objects.

Paul Louchet was formed by ules Levebvre and Henri Harpignies and exposes in many salons.
Above all he was sculptor, bronzier and chiseler, and was had his atelier in the rue Auber number 3 in Paris.
He executes artifacts in Art Nouveau style and bronzes designed by Louis Chalon, Charles Korschann and Hans Stoltenberg Lerche marked "Louchet Fondeur Paris" or "Louchet Ciseleur".
He was friends with Jean Daum, Louis Majorelle and René Lalique and was president of La Chambre Syndicale Des Fabricants De Bronze.
Golden medal on the World Exhibition in 1900 as well as first prizes in expositions in Saint-Louis, Liège and Milan.

Items by Louchet

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