[reserved] JOANNA D'ARC, H. Moreau, bronze, 2nd half of the 19th century 19th century

Joan of Arc - the national heroine of the French is shown in an extremely pathetic way. The saint is standing on a rock, holding a raised sword in one hand and holding a banner with French lilies in the other. The sculpture presents an idealistic vision - neither Joanna's face nor Joanna's outfit bear any signs of the hardships of war.

France, 2nd half 19th century

Patinated bronze.


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3 000 zł tax incl.

Height 60 cm, width 25 cm, depth 17 cm, dia. base 16 cm.

Current traces of repairs.

Hippolyte Moreau (1832-1927) - French sculptor from an artistic family. His father and two brothers also worked in sculpture. He was born in Dijon, where he initially studied with his father, then he and his brothers moved to Paris, where he continued his studies. From 1863 to 1914 he exhibited at the Paris Salon. Hippolyte Moreau specializes in medium-sized facilities with decorative and functional functions. Most of his work is in the Museum of Fine Arts in Dijon. Moreau made several references to Joan of Arc.