Jules Dalou, le sculpteur de la République

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The first catalogue of the collection of the studio of Aimé Jules Dalou (1848-1902), a key sculptor of the last third of the 19th century who is as famous as his contemporary, Rodin

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In 1905, this collection of the artist's internationally-renowned work was donated to the City of Paris. Beautifully illustrated and displaying over 900 pieces of artwork captured during a specific photography project, this magnificent catalogue invites readers to discover the work of Dalou.
An essential tool to the art industry for the identification of Dalou's artwork and a major publication that art historians have been eagerly awaiting, this scientific book presents the 368 pieces of artwork from the collection, accompanied by unpublished documents, such as drawings and files from a recently discovered private collection, shedding new light on Dalou's work.

Exhibition: Dalou (1838-1902)
Format: hardback
Number of pages: 480
Number of illustrations: 950
Dimensions: 240 x 300 mm

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