Bronze Code: 27
Height: 11.8 In
Width: 5.5 In
Weight: 5.3 LBs


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Celebrate the joy of romance and home decor with sculptures from renowned French artist Louis-Auguste Moreau (1855-1919), an acknowledged master of interior plastics and genre sculpture. Born and raised in Paris, his first bronze piece was honorably exhibited at the Salon in 1861, marking the beginnings of his lifelong success in the art world. He continued participating in acclaimed Salons until 1913, earning recognition and admiration for his remarkable sculptures.

The world sits in awe of Moreau's charming renditions of angels, cupids, and small children. His second half of the 19th-century works particularly won hearts globally. These adorable, genre sculptures became quintessential objects for decorating home life, emitting the warmth and finesse of romantic aesthetics right in your living room.

Presenting two blissful creations from Moreau's repertoire are the 'Cupid with Drums' and 'Cupid with Cymbals'. Personifying energetic fun and merriment, these two sculptures indeed complement each other in the most delightful ways. The cupids look alive and brimming with joy, ready to add some playful flavour to your space. Though they come as individual pieces, together, they form an enchanting composition embodying Moreau's signature style.

Each Moreau creation is more than just a collectible—it’s a piece of art history that brings the magic of 19th-century French romance to your modern home decor. The Cupid sculptures exhibit Moreau's unique artistic approach and his unparalleled skills, making them a must-have addition to your art collection or a thoughtful gift for art enthusiasts and lovers of classic, romantic decor.