The Source By Mathurin Moreau Bronze Era Xixth
Bronze height 76 cm "the source" of mathurin moreau attention the column is not sold with bronze... Son of the sculptor Jean-Baptist Moreau, he is admitted to the school of betting fine arts in 1841 in the workshops of jules ramey and dauguste dumont. He won the second prize of Roma in 1842 with "diodeme removing the palladium". Mathurin moreau began at the Salon des Artistes Français in 1848 and sy pointed out with the statue of "l'élegie". He won a second-class medal at the 1855 universal betting exhibition, then a first-class medal in 1878. In 1897, for his last participation in the show, he was crowned with a medal of honour. Between 1849 and 1879, Mathurin Moreau collaborated with the smelter dart du val d'osne and became one of its directors, but he also provided models to the bronze company of bruxelles, and exposed to the central union of fine arts applied to the industry in the 1880s. He was raised to the rank of knight of the Legion of Honour in 1865 and an officer in 1885. The item "the source by mathurin moreau bronze epoch xixème" has been on sale since Tuesday, June 11, 2019.
It is in the category "art, antiques\art of xixe and before\sculptures, statues". The seller is "marseilleantiquites" and is located at/in marseille (france). This item can be shipped to the following country: france.: mathurin moreau (1822-1912)
dimension (cm): 76.0000
height (cm): 76.0000
period: 19th century
matter: marble & onyx,regula
Type: statue, sculpture