Beautiful late 19th century sculpture in brown patinated brown shaded spelter by Hippolyte François Moreau (1832-1927).
Original subject made in France.
Second son of Jean-Batiste Moreau, Hippolyte came to Paris to work under the direction of Jouffroy and exhibited his first work at the Salon in 1859. Most of his work features charming figures of children and young women, mostly of allegorical character, often with the same subjects as those of his brother Augustus.
Height: 64 cm
Width: 23 by 23 cm
For a weight of 7 600 g.
Very nice preserved condition.
in Antiek / Sculpturen