Young girl with a Mandolin, by Auguste Moreau (1834-1917)

Bronze sculpture with a medal patina of a young girl sitting on a rock with a mandolin in her hands. Old cast from the late nineteenth century, signed on base "Auguste Moreau."

About the artist

Moreau Auguste Louis Mathurin (Born in Dijon, 1834- Died in Malesherbes, November 11,1917)
Third son of Jean Baptiste Moreau, sculptor and painter, he began to learn the basics of sculpture with his elder brother Mathurin in 1861, he started at the Salon where he exhibited frequently and abundantly until 1913. His produced genre works : pastoral and allegorical.His style is realistic and gracious which relates him to the other members of the Moreau dynasty. Lots of statuettes and small groups were among the works he sent to the Salon, very fashionable at the time. His sculptures can be found into several museums.

Museum of Bordeaux : « Harvester Child »
Museum of Dijon : « Love Watching Out For Butterflies » ; « Cupid » ; « Ismaël and Madame Olivet-Moreau » (silver bas relief)
Museum of Gray : « The Sulky Woman »

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Dimensions

Height : 24.40 in
Width : 12.99 in
Depth : 11.81 in

Time 1890
Origin France, Paris
Materials Bronze
Reference Fille-à-la-mandoline-Moreau248
Young girl with a Mandolin, by Auguste Moreau (1834-1917)

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