Louis Armand Bardery was a student of Injalbert and Vital Cornu at the Beaux-Arts in Paris.
He obtained a travel grant in 1911 and made a trip to North Africa. There, he learned to translate his emotions into sculpture.
In 1930 he received a prize from the Colonial Society of French Artists for Algeria.
He presented orientalist sculptures at the Colonial exhibition of 1931 and was a member outside the competition of the Salon des Artistes Français.