Auguste Moreau

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Auguste Louis Marthurin Moreau was born in Dijon in 1834 and died in Malesherbes in 1917 being the youngest son of sculptor and painter Jean-Baptiste Moreau. He studied under his father and also with Aimé Millet, Augustin Drumont and Jean Thomas. Each of the three Moreau brothers, Hippolyte, Marthurin and Auguste, have become renowned for the quality and the beauty of their figurative work. Auguste himself is particularly known for his Art Noveau style figures with his subjects being primarily young maidens sensuously clad in a swirling diaphanous dress and usually decorated with flowers and birds or allegorical and genre scenes incorporating cupids and young children. His style was realistic and graceful, revealing his relation to the other members of the Moreau family. His compositions encapsulate a feeling of innocence whilst incorporating an air of mischievous game. In 1861 Auguste made his debut at the Salon where he would exhibit regularly until 1913.

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AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
A Louis XV style gilt and patinated bronze candelabrum by A. Moreau
Auguste Louis Mathurin Moreau, French, 1834-1917 Modelled with patinated bronze figural twin putti, holding aloft a florally decorated ormolu nine...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
A three piece patinated bronze garniture by Moreau
Each set on gilt bronze and rouge marble bases, the central group of two children standing together, with a pair of flanking lidded vases. Centra...
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
AUGUSTE MOREAU (1834-1917)
A very fine pair of decorative French 19th century bronze vases with 2 mounted cherubs by Auguste Moreau.
Bolmani Antiques