Moreau (inspired by a design by A. Moreau)

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Boy On Bike

Moreau (inspired by a design by A. Moreau)

Boy On Bike

Gold bronze

49.50 x 19.50 x 39 in (125.73 x 49.53 x 99.06 cm)

$5,300

Boy With Kite, 2001

Moreau (inspired by a design by A. Moreau)

Boy With Kite, 2001

Gold bronze

57.50 x 28 x 28.50 in (146.05 x 71.12 x 72.39 cm)

$5,800

Leap Frog Children, 2000

Moreau (inspired by a design by A. Moreau)

Leap Frog Children, 2000

Gold bronze

47 x 36 x 20 in (119.38 x 91.44 x 50.80 cm)

$7,800

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Moreau (inspired by a design by A. Moreau)
Children Under Umbrella After design by Auguste Moreau Bronze Sculpture and Fountain Signed in bronze, 2000 French sculptor Auguste Moreau was born in 1834 in Dijon. He was a student of the famous sculptor Mathurin Moreau, his namesake, and together they produced models for the manufacture of decorative bronze statuettes in the Art Nouveau style. Auguste Moreau began exhibiting small sculptures in the Salon of Paris in 1861, and continued to show his statuettes, done mostly in marble and bronze, at the yearly Salons until 1910. His figurative sculptures tend to be of genre, pastoral, and allegorical scenes. Auguste Moreau died in Malherbes, France in 1917.
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