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Bronze sculpture, "Allegory of the Vine", signed Hippolyte Moreau (1832-1927)

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"Allegory of the Vine", signed Hippolyte Moreau. Bronze with brown patina on a cherry red marble base. Young woman holding a bunch of grapes and a thyrse.

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Bronze sculpture with brown patina, the Allegory of the Vine signed Hippolyte Moreau (1832-1927)represents a draped woman with braided hair held back, holding in her raised hand a bunch of grapes and in the other a thyrse placed on her shoulder. The young woman is leaning against a pilaster decorated with garlands and a cup. The bronze is signed on the base "H.MOREAU" and rests on a molded marble base in cherry red. Bronze numbered : 5325. The thyrse, major attribute of Dionysus, God of Wine, is a large stick evoking a sceptre, decorated with vine leaves, bunches of grapes and ending with a pine cone.

Circa :1880
Dim: W: 9,1 in - D: 9,1in - H: 24,4in.
Dim: L:23cm, P:23cm, H:62cm.

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