High relief in bronze by Jean-Antoine Injalbert published by Thiébaut Paris (Fumière et Gavignot Successeurs) during the period 1900 after the original model created in 1888. This allegory is reminiscent of the "Abundance", one of the marine deities adorning the Mirabeau Bridge inaugurated in 1897. The support of this work is in cherry red marble and its dimensions are included in the description, the bronze part measuring 54.5 cm high, 26 cm wide and 12 cm deep. This subject, not very diffused, presents a certain elegance and benefits from a very fine chiseling. Overall in good condition, original patina.
Jean-Antoine Injalbert was born in Béziers (1845/1933) and entered the Beaux-Arts in 1865. He was trained by Auguste Dumont and his work was influenced by the masters Carpeaux, Puget, and Dalou; he made his debut at the Salon in 1872 and received numerous awards. In addition to the sculpture prizes, this major artist was elevated to the rank of Grand Commander of the Legion of Honor.
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