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The Sculptor
The Sculptor
The Sculptor
The Sculptor
The Sculptor
The Sculptor
The Sculptor
The Sculptor

Photo credit: The Fitzwilliam Museum

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The nude sculptor leans forward, his right foot and arm resting on a large rock. He holds a hammer in his right hand and a chisel in his left and looks forward. The original model for this work was created in around 1894–1895. The present bronze was cast after 1907.

The Fitzwilliam Museum

Cambridge


Date

after 1907

Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 27.8 x W 20.2 x D 12.4 cm

Accession number

M.5-1988

Acquisition method

gift from Lady Proctor in memory of Sir Dennis Proctor

Work type

Sculpture

Signature/marks description

inscribed on the base: DALOU; foundry mark on the base: CIRE / PERDUE / A. A. HEBRARAD


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