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Louis Riché (1877-1949) is a French sculptor. A student of Georges Gardet, he had his first exhibition in Paris, at the age of nineteen in 1896, at the Salon des Artistes Français. Riché sculpts numerous animals, including numerous dogs, cats and other felines, treated with naturalism. He exhibited regularly at the Salon except during the two world wars.
Louis Riché works with many materials, such as marble, wax, sometimes silver, ivory, and mainly bronze in collaboration with the Thiébault Frères foundry for the casting of his models.