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Bisque bust, Allegory of Spring, by Charles-Auguste Arnaud and Henri Ardant
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Bisque bust, "Allegory of Spring", by Charles-Auguste Arnaud and Henri Ardant

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Bisque with the mark of Sèvres, representing the Allegory of time. The bust of the woman rests on a white and blue pocelain base decorated with gold.

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Bisque bust on pedestal representing the Allegory of Spring, a young woman dressed in a tunic in the antique style revealing a breast on which rests a butterfly and flowers. Her loose wavy hair is decorated with a crown of flowers. The pedestal is engraved with leaves and flowers. Stamp of the manufacture on the reverse. The bisque rests on a white and blue porcelain base enhanced with gold painted motifs, bearing the mark of Sevres and the inscription "Model and exclusive decoration by hand".

 

Work made by Henri Ardant and Charles Auguste Arnaud (1825-1883), a French sculptor, student of the Beaux-Arts d'Angers, who exhibited regularly at the Salon from 1846 to 1864.

Circa :1860
Dim: W: 9,8 in - D: 5,9in - H: 13,4in.
Dim: L:25cm, P:15cm, H:34cm.

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In good condition. Two tiny cracks restored at the level of the pedestal.

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