(Paris, 7 August 1875 – Paris, 6 January 1951)
Despite mainly producing representations of dogs, birds, wild cats, horses and other creatures, his most notable work was La Muse de l’Aviation, a bronze trophy created to celebrate the 1st of May 1909 and commissioned by the Aero Club of Sarthe to pay homage to the Wright brothers, for which he had created a bust.
He studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, apprentice of Emmanuel Frémiet and Georges Gardet and later became member of the Sociéte des Artistes Français. He received an honorable mention in 1894.
His work Le Spleen (1934), representing a barzoï, was erected in the park of the White House in Clamart.
The artist died in Paris, the 6th of January, in 1951.