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Seated Torso of a Woman Sculpture

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Item # 80034613
Seated Torso of a Woman Sculpture is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2.
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An original sculpture by Paul Wayland Bartlett (American, 1865–1925) served as the model for this reproduction. Born in the U.S. and educated in Paris, Bartlett worked as an assistant to Auguste Rodin before establishing his own studio. He created major works of public art, with the centerpiece of his career being his Equestrian Statue of Lafayette, which was presented to France as a reciprocal gift for Bartholdi’s Statue of Liberty.

A master of the technical processes of sculpture, Bartlett began experimenting with patination during the 1890s, creating small bronzes of exquisite quality and delicate color. His beautifully handcrafted Seated Torso of a Woman in The Met collection, modeled about 1895 and cast about 1909, was treated chemically to produce a shimmering, iridescent surface. Our figure in bonded bronze celebrates this evocative work.

An original sculpture by Paul Wayland Bartlett (American, 1865–1925) served as the model for this reproduction. Born in the U.S. and educated in Paris, Bartlett worked as an assistant to Auguste Rodin before establishing his own studio. He created major works of public art, with the centerpiece of his career being his Equestrian Statue of Lafayette, which was presented to France as a reciprocal gift for Bartholdi’s Statue of Liberty.

A master of the technical processes of sculpture, Bartlett began experimenting with patination during the 1890s, creating small bronzes of exquisite quality and delicate color. His beautifully handcrafted Seated Torso of a Woman in The Met collection, modeled about 1895 and cast about 1909, was treated chemically to produce a shimmering, iridescent...See More

Details
  • Bonded bronze
  • Hand patinated
  • 13''H x 4 3/4''W x 6''D including base
  • Made in the USA
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from American interpretation of Grecian-Roman A sculpture I have admired, now in my home--truly wonderful. To me, an echo of a Hair Binding Aphrodite that captures the impact of Rodin. Takes me to the American Wing at the revelatory Met. Thank you.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So appealing I’ve had this piece for awhile now and it continues to please me each and every tynI look at it. It’s coloring is wonderful and it’s size is accommodating to any location beget one would care to display it. A knockout!
Date published: 2018-11-15
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