- Full Description
A very dramatic bronze statue, depicting a 19th century Houndsman with his two hounds. Revolves on a bronze socal base.
Henri Honoré Plé was born in Paris on March 8, 1853. He died in the same city on January 31, 1922. He was a student of Gerault and Mathurin Moreau. He began exhibiting at the Salon in 1877. He was made a member of the prestigious Societe des Artistes Francais. From 1877 until 1900 he actively exhibited and won several medals and prizes including a bronze medal at the 1900 Exposition Universelle. He received public and private commissions including one for a City Hall statue in Paris and another in Compiegne. In the US one of his bronzes is in the collection of the St. Louis Art Museum.
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