Albert Ernest Carrier Belluse
(1824 - 1887)
Albert Ernest Carrier Belluse was active/lived in France. Albert Belluse is known for sculpture.
Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse trained as a goldsmith, then entered Ecole des Beaux-Arts in 1840 under Pierre-Jean David d'Angers. He went to Petite Ecole to study, worked in London from 1850 to 1855, designing ceramics and metalwork models . In 1857, he exhibited sculptures at the Salon, received medals and important commissions. 1851 to 1870, Emperor Napoleon III hired him to work on the rebuilding of Paris.
Styles: naturalism, Realism, neo-Baroque, and Rococo. He instructed Auguste Rodin.