by Henry Etienne Dumaige(1830-1888)
6.5" x 6" x 18.5" tall
Born in Paris in 1830, Dumaige studied sculpture under Féuchère and Dumont. He exhibited his sculptures depicting groups, statues, and busts at the Salon from 1862-1877. . He sculpted a large number of busts, groups and statuettes in marble, plaster and bronze, including statuettes of Desmoulins and Rabelais. He died at St-Gilles-Croix-de-Vié in 1888.
References Thieme-Becker, "A...
Art Noveau Bronze of a Young Beauty
Signed, 14.25" high, 11" wide, 7"deep
Maurice Bouval was a French sculptor of the Art Nouveau period who was born in Toulouse, France in 1863. From 1880 to the first World War, he created a large number of bronze statues or objects including chandeliers, candelabras or table lamps. His main works are Ophelia, Femme assise, Jeune femme, Le Sommeil, Femme aux pavots, Le Secret et la Pensiveand and the statue ...
French or Italian, 18th/19th Century
30"tall x 23"wide x 2''deep
By Lisa Scheer
Brushed Copper with brown patina
signed: "L.. Scheer" and numbered: "2/4" and titled.
h: 14.25" x l: 35"x d :17"
Lisa Scheer is a sculptor from Washington, D.C and a professor at St. Mary's College of Maryland. Scheer has her BA from Bennington College and an MFA in sculpture from Yale University. She has exhibited her sculpture widely including one-person exhibitions at the Baltimore Museum of Art, the Phillips Collection, the American Institute...
A Winged Athena Nike Bronze
By Paul Jean Gasq, (1860-1944)
Height: 35.5 (the gilt garland wreath is a later addition)
Paul Gasq was born in Dijon, where he initially attended the École des Beaux-Arts. Later he studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He won the first Prize of Rome in 1890 and held a scholarship at the Villa Medici from 1891 to 1894. He was a member of the Academy of Fine Arts and remained the...
h: 11 in.
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By Aguste Moreau (French, 1834-1917)
Base: 10" x 7"
*Please note: This is an original antique bronze, not a modern re-strike, and is so guaranteed.
Auguste Moreau was born in Paris in 1834, the youngest son of sculptor and painter Jean-Baptiste Moreau. He studied with his father and also under Aimé Millet, Augustin Drumont and Jean Thomas. Each of the three Moreau brothers - Hippolyte, Marthurin and Au...
9" x 9" x 14" tall
Probably English, 18th Century
12.5 "tall 24" wide 2.5" deep, mounted on an ebonized wood base
Bronze Sculpture with a gold patina, signed
Height 25”, Diameter of Base: 11”
Born in Paris in 1830, Dumaige studied sculpture under Féuchère and Dumont. He exhibited his sculptures depicting groups, statues, and busts at the Salon from 1862-1877. . He sculpted a large number of busts, groups and statuettes in marble, plaster and bronze, including statuettes of Desmoulins and Rabelais. He died at St-Gilles- Croix...
(Early 20th C., some scratches
12.25” x 10” x 6.75” tall