Swiss sculptor Oscar Waldmann was born in GenÃ¨ve and taught sculpture in Paris. He designed a bridge pier which was one of the few pieces praised by Anthony Ludovici in a review of a show of Arts and Crafts at the Grosvenor Gallery in January 1913. Waldmann produced several bronze, marble and stone figures from wild animals, extremely popular due to their realistic portrayal. His sculptures are highly prized among animal collectors.
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