Sculpture

French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Lighted Sculpture of Loïe Fuller by Raoul Larche
Larche—S-14716
French Art Nouveau Plaster Plaque by Rupert Carabin
Carabin—S-14011
French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Sculpture by Agathon Léonard.
Agathon Léonard—B-19324
French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Desk Weight by Georges Recipon
Récipon—S-19296
French Art Nouveau Patinated Bronze Sculpture by Sarah Bernhardt
Sarah Bernhardt—B-18349
19th Century Sculpture of a French Bulldog
—S-19094
Carved Aquamarine Polar Bear by Gerd Dreher
Gerd Dreher—S-18937
French Art Nouveau Gilt Bronze Vide-Poche by Max Blondat
Blondat—S-14330
"La Fée" Bronze Sculpture by Louis Chalon
Louis Chalon—B-18276
French Art Nouveau Bronze Sculpture by Carabin
Carabin—S-17332
German Art Nouveau Bronze Figural Vide-Poche by Bernhard Hoetger
Hoetger—S-13833
Bronze Portrait of Sarah Bernhardt by Paul François Berthoud
Paul François Berthoud—S-17545
Stoneware Mask by Rupert Carabin
Carabin—C-17331
Bronze Vase by Charles Korschann
Korschann—S-15701
Austrian Jugendstil Bronze Candlesticks by Gustav Gurschner
Gurschner—S-15872
French Art Nouveau Bronze Bust by Chalon
Louis Chalon—S-15939
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Macklowe Gallery Exhibits at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston

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