Louis Tuaillon

born Berlin, 7 September 1862
died Berlin, 21 February 1919)
Louis Tuaillon was a talented Prussian sculptor. From 1879 to 1881, he attended the Hochschule
fur Bildende Konste in Berlin, then worked in the studio of Reinhold Begas. In Vienna, he spent
two years in the studio of Rudolf Weyr, then spent the years 1885 to 1903 in Rome. From 1906,
Tuaillon returned to Berlin, as Professor in the Academy of Fine Art.

His heroic nudes on classical themes may be seen in public parks in Berlin, Bremen,
Mecklenburg, Barnim, Bad Freienwalde and at Schloss Merseburg.

His "Amazone zu Pferde" can be found near the Zoo in Berlin. This sculpture was renown and
was produced in both bronze and in porcelain by KPM.