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Aimé-Jules Dalou
1838 - 1902
FRENCH
BAIGNEUSE S'ESSUYANT LE PIED DROIT (BATHING WOMAN DRYING HER RIGHT FOOT)
signed: DALOU, stamped: CIRE PERDUE A. A. HÉBRARD and with a plaque to the base inscribed: A GEORGE F. JAUBERT / LE CONSEIL D'ADMINISTRATION DE L'OXYLITHE
bronze, dark brown patina, on a yellow Siena marble base
bronze: 36cm, 14 1/8 in.
base: 9cm., 3 1/2 in. 
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Dalou was fascinated with the subject of the female nude and worked and re-worked the composition, representing nudes before and after the bath, towelling themselves, standing, seated, taken by surprise or removing their stockings. These intimate figures were the preserve of Dalou's private collectors as they were never exhibited at the Royal Academy or the Salon. Despite this, they did not escape notice and his works of female nudes were well known, and posthumously cast in bronze. The present Baigneuse is distinguished by her voluptuous figure and natural ease of movement.

RELATED LITERATURE
A. Simier, Jules Dalou, Le sculpteur de la République: Catalogue des sculptures de Jules Dalou conserves au Petit Palais, exh. cat. Petit Palais - Musées des Beaux-Arts de la Ville de Paris, Paris, 2013, pp. 384-385, no. 313

十九及二十世紀雕塑

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