Antique sculpture "Fishing"

Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"
Antique sculpture "Fishing"

Antique bronze sculpture of a fishing boat by François Moreau. Artfully cast in bronze, it stands on a wooden stand. France, XX century


Hippolyte François Moreau (Son of Jean Baptiste Moreau) was born in the French city of Dijon in 1832. One of the most famous artists of the Art Nouveau era, inspired by children and young women in allegorical subjects. One of his most famous and remarkable sculptures, the statue of Alexis Claude Clairnaut, adorns one of the facades of the Paris City Hall.