Danish sculptor Hugo Liisberg came from a family of artists. He was the son of porcelain painter Carl Frederik Liisberg and Selma Amalia MÃ¶llenborg, daughter of the painters Julius Paulsen and Esther Lange. Hugo Lisberg worked primarily with animal sculptures and created several fountains with animal figures. In 1920 he visited the Antoine Bourdelles School in Paris where he studied at the museums and later studied in Italy.
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