Nympho with two satires, clodion, france, 18th century / early 20th century 19th century

Claude Michel CLODION (1738 - 1814) - French sculptor - one of the most outstanding representatives of the eighteenth-century sculpture.

A bas-relief depicting a nymph with two satyrs.

France, 2nd half 18th century / early 19th century

Patinated bronze/ span>

Height 24 cm, width 18.7 cm.

Call No .: Clodion.

Very good condition.

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2 600 zł tax incl.

Claude Michel CLODION (1734 Nancy- 1814 Nancy) - began learning sculpture in the studio of his uncle Lambert Sigisbert Adam in Paris. In 1762 he left for Rome, where he stayed until 1771 and worked, among others. for Duke de La Rochefoucald and Tsarina Catherine II. After returning to Paris, he made portrait sculptures and figural groups for royal orders for the Palace of Versailles. The subjects of his works were mythological and genre scenes as well as monuments and portrait busts.