Sèvres porcelain bisque dating from the late nineteenth century, after the model created by the manufacture of Sevres in 1780, representing "Diana after the bath" accompanied by three maids and her two dogs. Diana, in the center, draped lightly, is holding on to one of the maids, while the other is busy washing her. The last one holds one of the dogs with her hand staring at her mistress, while the second dog jumps tenderly into her arms. Apocryphal mark of Sevres under the base.
This bisque recalls the famous painting by François Boucher (1703-1770), "Diana leaving the bath" (1742). It represents Diana, Roman goddess of the hunt and the moon, protector of nature and animals, accompanied by a maid and her two dogs. The painting is kept in the Louvre Museum in Paris.
Dim: W: 10,6 in - D: 9,8in - H: 15in.
Dim: L:27cm, P:25cm, H:38cm.
Some cracks on the whole bisque. Restoration of the fingers of one of the women.