Hippolyte Francois Moreau (1832-1927) - Sculpture of Lady with mandolin titled 'Mignon'

Hippolyte Francois Moreau (1832-1927) - Sculpture of Lady with mandolin titled 'Mignon'
France - about 1900 - Bronze

A magnificent sculpture of a lady sitting on a rock with a mandolin.

The work is titled 'Mignon' and is made in extreme detail from fine quality bronze.

Because of the mandolin and the title of the sculpture makes this possibly a reference to the eponymous opera by Ambroise Thomas (1866).

Made with great craftsmanship by Hippolyte Francois Moreau (1832-1927).

Origin: France.

Dating: around 1900.


Height: 49 cm
Width: 18 cm.
Depth: 18 cm.
Weight: 10.7 KG.

It is signed 'H. Moreau' and stands on a rotating pedestal with the text 'Mignon-par h. Moreau-Médaille d'Or'.

It is in very good condition, the photos speak for themselves.

A beautiful and decorative bronze sculpture!

It will be carefully packed and sent by registered mail (additionally insured and with track & trace).

Lot details
Sculpture of Lady with mandolin titled 'Mignon'
Designer/ Artist
Hippolyte Francois Moreau (1832-1927)
Estimated Period
about 1900
Country of Origin
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
49×18×18 cm
10.7 kg
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