Louis Chalon (1866-1940) is a French painter, illustrator and sculptor. After studying painting with Jules Lefebre and Boulanger, Louis Chalon began his career as an illustrator. In 1898 he created a series of illustrations of trompe l'oeil for porcelain. In 1900, he became known for his drawings in newspapers such as Le Figaro illustrated, L'illustration or La Vie Parisienne. At the same time, he continues his design activity and creates many interior objects (lamps, inkpots, vases, clocks), where he uses the popular theme of the flower-woman. Louis Chalon regularly exhibits at the Salon of the Society of French Artists. He participated in the Paris World Fair of 1900 and exhibited in the Salon from 1898 to 1911 as a painter, book illustrator and sculptor. The artistic trend of art nouveau is represented in his works with ancient themes, mythological, busts and Wagner characters. He is also the author of a remarkable series of illustrations by Rabelais. His works are exhibited at the Petit-Palais Museum in Paris and the Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels. Sculpture signed and created in 1910. Measures 25 in h x 20 in w. IMPORTANT " No international shipping and some shipping restrictions to certain states. No international shipping and some shipping restrictions to certain states. "