19th Century Silver Bronze By Mathurin Moreau On A Rotating Base In Royal Red Marble flag


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"19th Century Silver Bronze By Mathurin Moreau On A Rotating Base In Royal Red Marble"
MATHURIN MOREAU IS A FRENCH SCULPTOR, BORN IN DIJON IN 1822 and died in PARIS IN 1912.
Mathurin MOREAU WAS ADMITTED TO THE SCHOOL OF FINE ARTS IN PARIS IN 1841 IN THE WORKSHOP OF DEJULES RAMEY AND AUGUSTE DUMONT.
IN 1842 he won the second Prix de Rome and debuted at the Salon des Artistes Français

In 1855 he obtained a medal at the Universal Exhibition in Paris.

 THIS  RARE   ALLEGORIC SCULPTURE ROTATE ON  A BASE  GIVING THE OPPORTUNITY TO BE SEING  FROM ALL ANGLES
. IT IS PLACED ON A ROYAL RED MARBLE BASE WITH SILVER MOLDING AT ITS BASE.
THE SCULPTURE IS SIGNED ON THE TERRACE BELOW THE PUTTO
PROVENANCE: PRIVATE COLLECTION `
IN PRFECT CODITION
Price: 12 650 €
Artist: Mathurin Moreau
Period: 19th century
Style: Louis 15th - Transition
Condition: Perfect condition

Material: Bronze
Width: 28 cm
Height: bronze 60 cm base 7,5 cm total 67,5 cm

Reference: 1233154
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19th Century Silver Bronze By Mathurin Moreau On A Rotating Base In Royal Red Marble
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