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Sculpture : Bronze : Pre 1900 item #1192032 (stock #10327)
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Hippolyte François Moreau (French 1832 - 1927)

"Printemps", a Bronze of a Young Woman Gathering Irises

Markings: Signed, "Hipte Moreau"; Foundry Seal "H.Hirschwald, Berlin"; "EW/3998"; Faintly inscribed, "Societe des Bronzes de Paris".

Height 25" (very good mid brown patina with minor scratches and wear consistent with age)

Born in Djion, France 1832, the second son of Jean-Baptiste Moreau, Hippolyte Moreau went to work in Paris under the direction of Francois Jouff...

Sculpture : Bronze : Pre 1900 item #1199432 (stock #10346)
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Pierre Etienne Daniel Campagne (French, 1851-1910)

Phryne Before Her Judges (Phryné Devant ses Juges)

Bronze (medium to light brown patina, minor wear and scratches consistent with age); inscribed “Phyrne” on the front of the base and signed on the right side of the base.

23"H x 12"W x 7"deep

Campagne was born in Gontaud and worked primarily in Paris where he was a student of Falguière. He first exhibited in the Salon des Artistes Français in 1889...

Sculpture : Metal : Pre 1900 item #1234175 (stock #10468)
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Wilhelm Engelhard (German, 1813-1902)

"Lorelei" a Bronzed Spelter Sculpture

Signed and Dated in the Cast: "1852"

Height: 20"

Wilhelm Englehard trained as a sculptor first in Paris and then in London, In 1839 he became a pupil of Thorwaldsen in Copenhagen and in 1841 a pupil of Schwanthaler in Munich.

Englehard is known for his sculptures of mythological groups, single figures and genre pieces, most often in limestone...

 

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