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Jacob Ludwig Carl Grimm and Wilhelm Carl Grimm were created in 1785 and 1786 at Hanau, Germany to Philipp Wilhelm and Dorothea Grimm. The same as their dad, who was a coating and court official, the brothers studied law. Later on in life "they were influenced by the folk poetry collection of Clemens Brentano and Achim von Arnim, Des Knaben Wunderhorn, and began to collect folk stories" (Ashliman, D. L, 2010). Jacob and Wilhelm took on locations in the University of Kassel as librarians to support their loved ones. Afterwards on both resigned their positions to pursue their particular interests and study. The brothers are considered to be pioneers as folklorists, linguists, and medievalists. They're credited with publishing several collections of folk stories, writing forewords, posts and creating a German dictionary which focuses on history. Their narrative collections are known worldwide and have also inspired many movies and plays. In 1888 a committee for historical monuments asked eleven well-known sculptures to submit their drafts to get a creation of a memorial to commemorate the accomplishments of the Brothers Grimm. All drafts were exhibited in the Royal Drawing Gallery in 1889. Although he'd only won third prize, Syrius Eberle's (professor and sculptor from Munich, Germany) layout was utilized to make the final sculpture since Herman Grimm, son of Wilhelm Grimm, was requested to consult and chose that Eberle's draft showed the closest likeness of the brothers. The committee spent a budget of 95,000 marks to its memorial. In 1894 the artist presented a first draft sculpture into the committee, which was pleased by it. On the other hand, the artist was not pleased with his job, destroyed it and started over. In the drawing plaster molds were ma...