Sculpture representing a tiger Art Deco period circa 1930, cast by Rocher, Paris.
Baron Raymond de Meester of Betzenbroeck, born in Mechelen on December 1st, 1904 and died on November 30th, 1995 in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, is a Belgian sculptor.
Baron Raymond de Meester of Betzenbroeck is attending secondary school at the Saint-Boniface-Parnasse Institute in Ixelles, a Brussels municipality where he lived. He goes out of rhetoric in 1924.
Self-taught animal sculptor, he is considered a sculptor of "movement and feelings"
His works can be found in several Belgian museums: in Elsene (Bear playing), in Saint-Gilles (Grumpy sitting tiger), in Mechelen (Ostrich of the Somali islands), in Liege (15-day-old foal licking), in the Tervuren park (Biches lying) ...
As well as many foreign museums: Paris, Lisbon, Oslo, Buenos Aires, Riga, Tallinn, Cairo, Mexico ...
One of the best-known works is his roaring Lion at Malou Park in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert, facing Boulevard de la Woluwe, commissioned for the World's Fair in Brussels in 1958.
He is buried in the Brussels Cemetery in Evere.
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