Bronze Code: 875
Height: 16.9 In
Width: 13 In
Weight: 35.1 LBs


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Delve into the captivating world of Louis-Auguste Moreau, a renowned French sculptor, with this exquisite large cabinet sculpture. This magnificent figurine (43x33cm; 15.9 kg) beautifully captures the essence of two young girls flipping through a notebook of sheet music. This intricate depiction encapsulates the meticulous attention to detail that Moreau is famously known for. A single glance at the sculpture exposes the high-quality materials utilised and the exceptional skill of the legendary artist.

Louis-Auguste Moreau (1855-1919) was a famed French sculptor, born in Paris and well-known for his superior interior plastics and genre sculpture creations. His impressively carved bronzes started making waves from 1861, garnering attention and shining through in various exhibitions. Until 1913, his works enthralled visitors at the celebrated Paris Salons, earning him continuous success and worldwide acclaim.

The strikingly bright color design of this large sculpture lends an unmistakable expressiveness to the piece, enhancing its decorative impact. Perfect for adorning spacious rooms and drawing rooms, this Moreau figurine introduces an element of chic opulence matched by few. An embodiment of high-end, exquisite artistry, this sculpture is an investment piece for those appreciating the fine detailing and artistry attributed to Moreau's legacy. The charm and allure of this figure lie as much in its expert crafting as in the fascinating story of its creator.