Bust of a young woman in Carrara marble, 19th century

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Direct carving of a portrait of a smiling young woman in white Carrara marble from the Art Nouveau period. The sculptor uses an ingenious technique to bring out the face, allowing the figure to take shape as it "emerges" from the block of marble. The high-relief print emphasizes the contrast between the raw material on one side and the softness of the female face framed by a beautiful flowing head of hair. A very fine, unsigned work from the late 19th century.

Late 19th century
Circa: 1890

Dim: W: 33cm, D: 20cm, H: 35cm.
Dim: W: 13in, D: 7,9in, H: 13,8in.

Condition report: In very good condition

Period: 19th century
Style: Art nouveau
Materials : Alabaster
LP : 3334
Width : 33 (cm)
Height 35 (cm)
Depth 20 (cm)
Delivery : Calculated at time of payment

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