Art Deco Nude Children by Augustine Moreau French Artist Bronze Sculpture Statue

SKU: 59011

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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:Height 12"   X Width 7"
Marble Dimensions:12" X 7"
Height without base: 11"
Weight : 10 LBS
Inventory : 47590116574
Original or Reproduction: Reproduction
This Sculpture Represents Pure Youth And Innocence Between Children. Two Young Siblings Spend The Afternoon Playing. They Are Eternal Companions. They Share A Rock. One Sits, While The Other Hops Up Alongside Her And Places An Arm Around Her Shoulder. He Leans In And Whispers A Cherished Secret For Her Ears Only. They Wear Loose Green Patina Cloths Wrapped Around Their Chubby Brown Waists. 100% Bronze And Handmade, This Sculpture Was Cast Using The "Lost Wax Method" And Mounted On A Marble Base. It Features The Signature A. Moreau. Auguste Moreau (1834 To 1917) Was Born In The Early 19Th Century And Studied Under Mathurin Moreau. Auguste Moreau Worked As A Sculptor And Specialized In Figures, Statuettes And Groups, Mainly In Marble. He Made His Debut At The 1861 Salon In Paris And Continued To Play An Active Part In The Salon Des Artistes Francais As A Member Of The Societe Des Artistes Francais Until 1910.