Jules Dalou's family were glover artisans. He was raised with the love of the Republican values, and he demonstrated very young great skills in drawing and clay modelling. He became the pupil of the famous French sculptor Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.
|Workshop / Studio of Jules Dalou in 1899|
Numerous sculptures from Dalou can be seen in Paris, among them 'Le Triomphe de la République' (1899) located on Place de la Nation.
And a monument for Eugène Delacroix (1890) at the Jardins du Luxembourg.