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Large Statue, Bather In Porcelain Biscuit After Falconet, 60cm

Large Statue, Bather In Porcelain Biscuit After Falconet, 60cm
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"Large Statue, Bather In Porcelain Biscuit After Falconet, 60cm"
Large porcelain biscuit statue after the Bather of Falconet exposed at the Louvre (1758). Late 19th century porcelain of Paris or Limoges. The girl preparing to enter the water is intended as an allegory of the transition from the girl to the woman. The model created under the Louis XV period is associated with both Rococo Louis XV and Neoclassical decor. This subject was very successful and was copied in marble, biscuit and terracotta. This nineteenth century specimen is very successful with beautiful proportions. Our bather is a very large room, very decorative, with natural movement. It is an ideal room to furnish an entrance, stairwell or to put on a fireplace or a large piece of furniture. Our statue bears a Falconet signature. Height: 67cm

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French Antiques - 18th to 20th century.

Large Statue, Bather In Porcelain Biscuit After Falconet, 60cm
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