Arthur Jacques LeDuc was a French visual artist who died in 1918 and was born in 1848. He was considered one of the ground-breaking and leading sculptors depicting creatures, his most well-known being the depiction of Deianeira and Nessus. This piece reveals a family of deer, the male. It's a life size piece and is on permanent display at the Jardin du Luxembourg in Paris.
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