Biscuit Porcelain After Auguste Rodin and Albert Carrier-Belleuse

Auguste Rodin and Albert Carrier-Belleuse (Belgium, 19th Century)

Biscuit Porcelain After Auguste Rodin and Albert Carrier-Belleuse

L'innocence tourmentée par l'amour bears signature ‘’A. Carrier-Belleuse’’ to base and is located in Bruxelles (dated 1871)

Measurement Height 22 ¼ inches - Width 9 ½ inches - Deep 7 ¾ inches

WIDTH: in | HEIGHT: 22¼ in | DEPTH: in

Origin Belgium
Category Porcelain
Circa1871
Period 19th Century
ConditionVery good

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Commentary

"Auguste Rodin (1840-1917) and Albert Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887) ‘’L'Innocence tourmentée par l'Amour’’ A brilliant collaboration by the two most celebrated sculptors of their day, this remarkable composition was executed while Rodin served as an assistant in Carrier-Belleuse's studio

Rodin began working in Carrier-Belleuse's studio on Paris in 1864, assisting him in the creation of some of the elder artist's most revered works. The Franco-Prussian War of 1870 caused a sharp decline in the market for fine art, forcing Carrier-Belleuse to move to Brussels with Rodin following

Literature
S. Pierron, ‘’François Rudier et Auguste Rodin à Bruxelles’’ La Grande Revue, 1 October 1902, pp. 138-162"

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