"Two Friends" by Pierre Alexandre MORLON (1878-1951)

Art deco sculpture representing a young girl with a young goat looking close and tender. Very fine and large silvered bronze proof with a natural base signed by the artist Morlon. Bears the Medal of Honor stamp, rosewood veneered base. This sculpture embodies pure happiness and friendship under the moderate influence of styles evolution of the time.

About the artist

Morlon Pierre-Alexandre (Born June, 4,1878, Died in Mâcon - 1951), sculptor and medalist, french school.  
Pupil of Falguière and Mercié. He began his career at the 1900 Salon, member emeritus of the Salon of the French Artists, member of the jury. He manufactured war medals and inter-allied victory medals from the first World War. He also manufactured models of aluminum bronze coins. His sculptures are a bit less allegorical, nothing is more realistic than his Sea Perch or his group of grape harvesters. He sculpted several war memorials. Medals of 1903 and 1906, travel grant of 1910, gold medal of 1920, medal of honor in 1926, and made Knight of the French Legion of Honor. The Museum of Monnaie of Paris and the Museum of Gand hold several works from this artist.

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Height : 16.9in
Width : 31.9 in
Depth : 8.7in

Time 1926
Origin France
Materials Bronze and rosewood
Reference Bronze-Morlon213
"Two Friends" by Pierre Alexandre MORLON (1878-1951)

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