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Creator: Aimé-Jules Dalou
Aime Jules Dalou bronze sculpture
By Aimé-Jules Dalou
Located in Buenos Aires, Argentina
Aime Jules Dalou bronze sculpture Realistic style bronze sculpture Circa 1900 Origin France Beautiful bronze sculpture called the great farmer lumberj...
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Early 1900s French French Provincial Antique Aimé-Jules Dalou Furniture

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Bronze

Patinated Bronze Bust of a Young Man by Aimé Jules Dalou
By Aimé-Jules Dalou
Located in London, GB
The bust resting on a red marble waisted socle, inscibed to the reverse 'DALOU 1888'. Aimé Jules Dalou (French, 1838-1902) trained at the Petite E...
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19th Century French Antique Aimé-Jules Dalou Furniture

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Griotte Marble, Bronze

Late 19th Century Bronze Entitled 'La Verité Meconnue' by Aime-Jules Dalou
By Aimé-Jules Dalou
Located in London, GB
An enigmatic late 19th Century bronze study of a seated female nude leaning on her knees, hiding her face, on integral naturalistic canted rectangular base, signed to one side DALOU above the cracked mirror (facing to the rear), the opposing side marked Susse Fres Edts the rear with Susse Freres pastille flanked by the letters H P and S. The title of this subject translates as 'The Truth Revealed' and refers to the young woman inconsolable having seen her true reflection in a mirror, which she has dropped and lies broken on the hard floor. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Height: 14 cm Width: 12 cm Depth: 8 cm Condition: Excellent Original Condition Circa: 1890 Foundry: Susse Frères Paris Materials: Bronze SKU: 8790 ABOUT Aimé-Jules Dalou...
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19th Century French Art Nouveau Antique Aimé-Jules Dalou Furniture

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Bronze

Rare 1870s French Bronze Sculpture "Sleeping Woman" by Aimé-Jules Dalou
By Aimé-Jules Dalou
Located in Shippensburg, PA
AIMÉ-JULES DALOU French, 1838-1902 A Sleeping Woman Patinated lost-wax cast bronze signed "DALOU" to base, inscribed "Susse Fres Edrs PARIS" and "cire p...
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19th Century French Romantic Antique Aimé-Jules Dalou Furniture

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French Bronze Sculpture Bust of a Man by Aimé-Jules Dalou
By Aimé-Jules Dalou
Located in London, GB
French bronze sculpture bust of a man by Aimé-Jules Dalou French, 1888 Measures: height 49cm, width 20cm, depth 21cm This fine patinated bronze bust b...
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1880s French Antique Aimé-Jules Dalou Furniture

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Griotte Marble, Bronze

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