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2017/19: Anonymous: a charming and unusual BRONZE FIGURE of a naked young girl with long hair apparently emerging from the sea and holding a worm (or other marine creature!) with a look of some surprise on her face. This really delightful sculpture is supported on its integral ‘Gothic’ style circular base and measures 15ins (38cms) high overall. *Although unsigned, this has an English "feel" about it, possibly in the manner of Sir Arthur Gilbert, or Sir George Frampton, who was responsible for the statue of Peter Pan that stands in Kensington Gardens. c.1920

bronze, English, Girl, object


1834/18: AUGUSTE MOREAU: an attractive late 19th century French BRONZE FIGURE of a young girl walking barefoot through the countryside carrying a sprig of flowers in her left hand and a basket of fruit over her arm. Signed 'Aug Moreau' within the integral bronze base and also labelled with an applied plaque for the foundry: "Duval, Bronzier, PARIS". 16ins high. *August Francoise MOREAU (1834-1917) was a famous French sculptor, one of a family dynasty who were all sculptors. The Father, Jean-Baptiste, had three sons: August, Maturin and Hippolyte-Francois. c.1870

bronze, Girl, Moreau, object