Woman's trunk sat in resin

Woman's trunk sat in resin
Woman's trunk sat in resin
Reference : RMN41
Bartlett, Paul Wayland ( 1865-1925 )
Don de Madame Bartlett, on 1928.
Paris, Musée d'Orsay
Material(Subject) of the original: Pierre and bronze.
H. 39 L. 17 p. 17,5 cms

This American artist been born in Connecticut begins early his studies supervised by his father, sculptor and art critic, before pursuing his training(formation) in Boston then in Paris where he exposes(explains) a bust to the Lounge(Show) of 1880.
Studying in the Fine arts(School of Fine Arts), he(it) has Pierre Cavelier for professor and meets Rodin whose impact was so big in the contemporary statuary. He(it) executes afterward a large number of busts and monuments and exposes(explains) regularly to the Lounge(Show).
His(Her,Its) career(quarry) becomes established essentially in Paris where he(it) becomes integrated into the artistic and official life but he(it) also receives important commands(orders) of the United States. We can quote in particular Michel-angel and the Christopher Columbus for Washington.
In this feminine trunk, the vein of the sculptor makes more intimist.
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2020-12-31 325.00325.00 EUR
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