After studying art at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lille, then at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, agathon Leonard settled permanently in Paris where, after exhibiting at the salon of 1868, he joined the society of French artists in 1887, and then the National Society of Fine Arts in 1897. Very involved in the art nouveau style, he exhibited many finely crafted pieces (medallions, bronze statuettes and ceramics), notably at the 1900 World's Fair in Paris where he presented the famous game of lecharp in porcelain biscuit. He also practices marble, and works quartz and livoire. His works are mainly centered around the human figure, especially feminine. In 1901, he was named rosati of honor.Height: about 41.5 cm length: at the shoulders 27 cm. The item \"buste cupid bronze gilded marble base signed agathon leonard 19th century\" is on sale since Tuesday, December 15, 2020. It is in the category \"art, antiques-art of the 19th century and avant-sculptures, statues\". The seller is \"antique-delaval\" and is located at/in valves. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.