MICHEL CLAUDE CLODION BRONZE SCULPTURE AT JENNMAUR GALLERY  
     
  MICHEL CLAUDE CLODION (FRENCH 1738-1814) 19TH CENTURY AFTER  
 
   
After Claude- Michel Clodion French 1738-1814)"Bachante Aux Cymbales", (A Nymph playing cymbals) A  French cast silver figure attributed to Clodion  circa 1880.  A semi -nude Bacchante, with vine leaves in her hair  playing cymbals set on a rouge marble base . Marks for silver maker A .Lebon within a lozenge that includes another unidentified device and one other poincon mark  next to the lozenge.
Dimensions: Height of figure alone 15 inches .Total height 17 &1/2 inches

 
         
           
 
 
After Claude Michel Clodion ( French 1738-1814 ) A circa 1880 Reclining semi -nude woman resting on an urn . The bronze is signed Gautier editeur.
Dimensions: Length 12&1/2 inches by 7 &3/4 in height by 6&1/2 inches in width
   

     
     
       
Late 19th Century Italian bronze - After Clodion " Bachante with Baby Faun", unsigned, bronze
Dimensions: 24 1/2 inches high x 10 1/2 inches wide