Auguste Ledru

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Auguste Ledru (1860-1902) was a pupil of Dumont, Bonnassieux, Thomas and Boisseaux and made his debut at the Salon of 1883. Although trained as a monumental sculptor he devoted most of his work to the decorative arts creating small items often of sensual design incorporating nudes, nymphs and natural forms.

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AUGUSTE LEDRU (1860-1902)
An Art Nouveau Bronze Figural Ewer Modelled With A Water Nymph
This impressive ewer is of patinated bronze, with marine and erotic imagery, cast and applied in high relief. A fully modelled female figure of a ...
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