Sculpture - The Gleaner By Jules Moigniez - Bronze (1835-1894) flag

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"Sculpture - The Gleaner By Jules Moigniez - Bronze (1835-1894)"
Bronze sculpture representing a partridge, "LA GLANEUSE" by Jules Moigniez (1835-1894) .
Shaded brown patina .
Signature of the sculptor "J. MOIGNIEZ" on the naturalistic terrace .
Sculpture titled "LA GLANEUSE" on the front of the terrace .
Old cast iron
Period XIX th century
Perfect condition

Jules Moigniez (1835-1894)

Jules Moigniez is a French animal sculptor .
His father was a master of metals .

Jules is the pupil of Paul Comolera (1818-1897) , a great sculptor specializing in birds .
His teacher is Paul Comoléra , who was a pupil of François Rude .

Moigniez exhibited at the age of twenty his first sculpture "Chien Braque stopping a pheasant" during the Universal Exhibition of 1855 in Paris .
He then exhibited regularly at the Salon, from 1859 to 1892 , where he obtained an honorable mention in the first year .
He presented his sculptures again at the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1878 .

Moigniez is successful, particularly in England and the United States .
Indeed , his works are judged to be remarkably thorough , with a very thorough precision , complemented by an elegance in the attitudes .

Faced with the success of his son , his father created a foundry especially for him .
Price: 1900 €
Artist: Jules Moigniez
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Perfect condition

Material: Bronze
Length: 32 cm
Height: 31 cm
Depth: 14 cm

Reference: 852705
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