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Biscuit Sculpture by ÉDOUARD LANTÉRI

This sculpture depicting two young women in flowing dresses by Édouard Lantéri ( 1848 — 1917) is heavily influenced by British Olympian artists, such as Frederic Leighton and Laurence Alma Tadema. Born in France, Lantéri worked principally in England, where he was friends with the celebrated sculptor Jules Dalou and an instructor at the South Kensington Art Schools. Lantéri published several books to teach artists how to master the human figure.

 

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France 18th Century 


 

H | 48cm            W | 40cm

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