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Aimé-Jules Dalou (Paris 31 December 1838 – 15 April 1902 Paris) was a French sculptor, recognized as one of the most brilliant virtuosos of nineteenth-century France, admired for his perceptiveness, execution, and unpretentious realism.
During the Second Empire (1852–1870), Jules Dalou was denied any government travel grants or commissions due to his sympathies with the proletariat. He was active in the Paris Commune in 1871, and when it was overturned with great bloodshed he was forced into exile in...
Signerad under höger axel: DALOU; gjutarstämpel bakom nere till höger: CIRE PERDUE A.A. HEBRARD; märkt nere till höger: A. 19 eller A.14 Litteratur: Henriette Caillaux, Jules Dalou 1836-1902, Paris, Librairie Delagrave, 1935. - Anthony Radcliffe, « Jules Dalou in England »,...
Référence de l'image dans la banque d'images : anmo0191. - Nombre d'images dans le lot : 1 . - Sculpture . - Bronze à patine noire . - signé sur le socle