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Lying child - After François Du Quesnoy
Lying child - After François Du Quesnoy - Sculpture Style Louis XVI Lying child - After François Du Quesnoy -
Ref : 64417
2 000 €
Period :
18th century
Provenance :
France
Medium :
Bronze
Dimensions :
L. 5.31 inch X l. 2.68 inch
Sculpture  - Lying child - After François Du Quesnoy 18th century - Lying child - After François Du Quesnoy
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Lying child - After François Du Quesnoy

After François du Quesnoy (1597-1643) Child lying on the side that puts his cheek on a pillow.
Patinated Bronze.
18th century.

By its style this bronze fits in the typology of the Flemish, children who made its success.
We know that other artists such as Quellin, Laurent Delvaux and Pierre François Le Roy were inspired by it.
The manufacture of Sèvres has a plaster of this model traditionally given to Quesnoy.
Bibliographie:
For identicals models seeMarion Boudon Machuel
François du Quesnoy, p. 297,298

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Bronze Sculpture Louis XVI