Rene Paris (1881-1970) was a French Animalier sculptor specializing in horses. He studied under Georges Gardet in Paris. Rene Paris had his first exhibit at the Paris Salon in 1897 and then he exhibited at the Salon Des Artistes Français from 1906 on. He won an Honorable Mention in 1907 and a Gold Medal in 1920. He also sculpted two monuments, the Monument de la Chapelle Saint-Fine of a Sleeping Lion in memory of the Soldiers of 130th Division in Verdun, and a life size Chien Loup (1928) in the Square de Saint-Lambert in Paris. He sculpted several portraits of Thoroughbred race horses, including Pearl Diver, Souverian, L”Imperial, and Le Petit Prince, winner of the Prix du Jockey Club, and others.

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