Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier-Belleuse

Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse
Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse

Le Melodie Bronze Sculpture by Albert Ernest Carrier-Belleuse

16,000.00

French 19th century bronze of a lady with a lyre representing an allegory of music, known as "Le Melodie" by Albert Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887). An identical cast of this bronze is displayed in the Musikinstrumenten Museum in Berlin. "Carrier-Belleuse Hors Concours" is inscribed on the side of the base.

31.5 in.Hx17 in.Wx12 in.D

Circa 19th Century

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Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse, best known by his surname, Carrier-Belleuse, was both a sculptor and a painter that studied under the tutorship of David d'Angers. He went on to achieve fame both as an artist in his own right and for being the teacher of the world renowned Auguste Rodin. Rodin worked as an assistant in the studio of Carrier-Belleuse between 1864 and 1870. His first public showing was in the Paris Salon of 1851. He was regarded as one of the most prolific French sculptors of his day.