A bronze figurine of an Angel trumpet player, after Moreau, the cast winged figure standing on a cloud formation playing a trumpet, raised upon a graduated black marble base, facsimile signature. Height 28 cm
French Art Deco eagle perched on a simulated wooden stump, seated on a marble base, with a large pocket watch hanging from its beak, (watch marked regulateur) eagle marked to side L. F Moreau, 20 cm high
A French spelter figure lamp base 'Genie de la Musique' after the original by matt (Mathurin) Moreau, depicting a winged classical figure in a serpentine pose with flowing drapery holding a torch aloft, with name plaque to the faux marble base. Height 60.5
An outstanding bronze figure group of a young woman holding a wreath of flowers with winged cherub attached signed H. Moreau, standing on a tall walnut reeded circular tapering pedestal. 214 cm high overall
Moreau, Auguste a (1834-1917). Water carrier, a bronze figure of a jovial young boy struggling under the weight of a broken water jar spilling its contents; inscribed signature of Aug Moreau to the base and raised upon a creamy green stepped circular marbl
A spelter male figure of 'Le Triomphe' by Moreau, Louis Auguste (1855-1919), the heroic male figure in a classical stance with billowing girdled drapery, his left hand holding aloft a pair of gilded laurel garlands and in his right, a laurel branch; raised
Moreau, Auguste (1834-1917), water carrier, a bronze toned spelter casting of a young jovial boy struggling under the weight of a broken water jar spilling its contents; inscribed Aug Moreau to base. Height 30 cm
Moreau, a (after), 'Consolation', in bronze, two young women in flowing attire, one holding a basket of flowers, and raised on a graduated square marble base; inscribed signature to base of bronze. Height 36 cm. Width 13.5 cm. Depth 13.5 cm
A French spelter bronzed newel post lamp, sculpted as a young child holding aloft a flaming torch, the torch lamp of moulded glass to simulate flames. Raised on a green marble base with affixed label, 'Enfant Torchere ', after August Moreau. Height 93 cm
Moreau, Auguste (1834-1917), After, an exotic female dancer, bronze, modelled in motion, in flowing robes and holding a tambourine above her head, on an integral base with incised signature and cast foundry mark, on a moulded stone plinth. Height 56 cm (ov
A French figurative spelter. Late 19th century, signed Aug (August) Moreau, the figure depicts cupid with quiver on his back set upon a turned marble base with plaque to base 'Amour En voyage', signed to base. Height 47 cm.
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