François, known as Hippolyte, is the second son of the sculptor Jean-Baptiste Moreau and brother of Mathurin and Auguste, who were also sculptors.
The three brothers studied in their father's atelier, then moved to Paris to study with François Jouffroy, a sculptor from Dijon, who in 1863 began teaching at the École Des Beaux-Arts. His cousin was the painter Paul Chocarne-Moreau.
From 1863 to 1914, Hippolyte exhibited his works at the Salon des Artistes Français. He won a medal at the Paris Expo of 1878 and another one at the 1900 Expo.
The pots in question bear the hallmark indicating their French production, stamp used until 1907.
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- Ζευγάρι αρτ νουβό αγγεία σε βάση μαρμάρου κόκκινο - Hippolyte Moreau - παρισινή παραγωγή
- Κανονισμός, Μάρμαρο
- Αρ Νουβό
- Εκτιμώμενη περίοδος
- Country of Origin
- Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
- 30×12×12 cm