Bronze Code: 180
Height: 19.7 In
Width: 6.7 In
Weight: 19.8 LBs


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Immerse yourself in the bucolic charm of an authentic rural scene with this magnificent creation by renowned sculptor, A. Moreau. This exquisite 50cm, 9kg sculpture seamlessly blends the tranquility of pastoral life with the delicate innocence of childhood, impeccably presented through Moreau's mastery of details. Particularly notable is the intricate shaping of the apple tree, a typical rural symbol, accentuating the overall quality of this stunning work of art.

Emanating an undeniable rustic allure, this sculpture will perfectly adorn the interior of any country house, infusing it with a resonating rural sentiment. Whether you're in the suburbs or in the heart of the city, this Moreau masterpiece graces your space with an undeniably rural ambiance without compromising sophistication.

Art Nouveau connoisseurs might notably recognize this piece as being in line with Moreau's characteristic style, marked by realism and elegance. Born in 1855 in Dijon, Auguste Moreau received his artistic education from distinguished sculptors including Aime Millet, Augustine Drumont, Jean Thomas, and at the prestigious School of Fine Arts in Paris. This sculpture is undoubtedly an embodiment of his legacy, closely aligning with Art Nouveau’s organic, intricate forms and flowing lines.

As a testament to his brilliancy, several of Moreau's works are cherished in the Museum of Fine Arts at the Trois-Musée des Beaux-Arts de Bordeaux. Now, you have the opportunity to own a piece from such an esteemed artist, helping to further the appreciation of his impressive oeuvre while enhancing your home decor.