"Diane Chasseresse, Large Bronze From The 19th Century, Signed Dumaige, 61 Cm, 25 Kg"Diane chasseresse, Large bronze from the 19th century, signed DUMAIGE, 61 cm, 25 Kg
Henry Etienne DUMAIGE 1830/1888 Artist side and referenced
Signed on the bottom of the bronze Bronze in perfect condition on marble base, also in perfect condition
Formats: Top 61 cm (with the base) and 25 kg
Henry Etienne Dumaige (1830-1888) is a French sculptor born in Paris in 1830, died in Saint-Gilles-Croix-de-Vie in 1888. He is a pupil of Jean Feuchère and Christophe Dumont.
He exhibited at the Salon of French Artists from 1863 to 1886. He exhibited in particular The Golden Age, a plaster group, at the Salon of 1863, then of 1864; Hero to that of 1866 and Fatherland, group in bronze at the Salon of 1886.
Dumaige was awarded a second medal in 1880.
For the founder Houdebine, participating in Exposition Universelle of 1878 in Paris, he composed two caryatids-women-flares, but he also works for other cross-country skiers.
Among other things, he produced statues for the Hôtel de Ville in Paris, then the one representing Rabelais, a marble for the City of Tours.
Diane Chasseresse or Artémis is the Goddess of light and the wild world Secondary function: Hunting, virginity, chastity and the moon.
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