Who will warm this almost naked nymph divine out of the bath, a bouquet of flowers in his left hand - sitting cross-legged, protecting at best a slight veiling, unveiling a beautiful body buxom, a beautiful sensuality - beautiful face with delicate features wearing a voluptuous curly bun? all the charm and magic of femininity sublimated in this delightful scene for an iconic work of great delicacy and timeless beauty - exquisite full of freshness chilly, the precious and elegant presence, irresistible to intense refinement. Do not let get away!
No copy - in perfect condition. Dijon, November 18, 1822 / paris, 14 February 1912.Cantor of feminine grace by his figures, his genre scenes and allegories. It is the most famous of a dynasty of seven sculptors and artists. Pupil of his father (Jean-Baptiste-Louis-Joseph Moreau) and then ramey Dumont. Second prize of Rome in 1843.
Exhibited at the 1848 lounge until the year of his death. Medal Second Class in 1855 (World Fair) - first class in 1859 - second class in 1861, 1863, 1867 - first class in 1878, gold in 1889 - board member and standout in 1900. I answer questions and can show more photos.
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