Eutrope Bouret Bronze Sculpture

19th Century Bronze Sculpture of a Nymph by Eutrope Bouret

19th Century Bronze Sculpture by Eutrope Bouret (French, 1833-1906) | Entitled “La cigale” (Cicada) | Genuine Bouret made on Bronze with Beautiful Patina | “Elphe jouant de la mandoline près d’un mur en pierre” | The Statue is signed, inscribed with BOURET on the column | Mounted on a wooden base

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  • Lovely 19th Century Bronze Sculpture by Eutrope Bouret (French, 1833-1906) | Entitled “La cigale” (Cicada) | Genuine Bouret made on Bronze with Beautiful Patina | “Elphe jouant de la mandoline près d’un mur en pierre” | Bronze sculpture of a beautiful nymph, known in mythology as a spirit of nature imagined as a beautiful maiden inhabiting rivers, woods, or other locations | The Statue is signed, inscribed with BOURET on the column | The Sculpture is mounted on a wooden base | Dimensions: Without base – 15″ H. With base – 17 1/4″ H. 6 1/8″ W | Excellent Condition.

    Eutrope Bouret was an 19th-century French sculptor. Eutrope Bouret was a student of Louis Buhot. He exhibited at the Salon from 1875 to 1903. He worked in conventional materials: marble, plaster, terracotta and bronze.

  • Weight

    15lb.

    Height

    17.25"

    Width

    8.5"

    Depth

    8.5"

    Weight

    15lb.

    Height

    17.25"

    Width

    8.5"

    Depth

    8.5"

    Date

    19th Century

    Medium

    Bronze

    Origin

    France