French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau

French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau
French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau

French Lamp Sculpture by Auguste Moreau

2,800.00

A large French lamp sculpture by Auguste Moreau (1834-1917) entitled "Charmeur" depicting a young boy, his hand on a branch on which rests two small love birds. This is Moreau's interpretation of the god Pan, a romantically mischievous imp, venerated as a fertility god who ruled over forests and flocks. Made of spelter, or pot metal, with a bronze-like patina and cast for use as a lamp. Rewired. Signature on base: Auguste Moreau. Circa 1900-1920. 30.75"H (33.5 to top of socket) x 13"W x 11" diameter base. Weight: 25 lbs.

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