Year of creation:1869
- Rider(s):Louis d'Orléans
(1372-1407) Duke of Orléans and son of King Charles V had a prominent role during the Hundred Years’ War. Louis disputed the regency of the royal children with John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy, who ordered his brutal assassination in 1407. The population of Paris supported John as Louis was extremely unpopular. John was assassinated in 1419.
- Sculptor(s):Frémiet, Emmanuel
(1824–1910) was born in Paris into a family with close ties to the art world. He received his formal training in art at the age of five at a private school in Paris and was accepted at the prestigious Ecole des art Decoratifs at the age of thirteen. He devoted himself right from the start to being a sculptor of animals; an animalier. He is famous for his equestrian statue of Jeanne d’Arc in Paris.
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