Allegory of the Loire River – Victor Barbizet, circa 1870-1880

This is undoubtedly a composition created by Victor and Achille Barbizet, representatives of the Ecole de Paris, for a larger ensemble presented at one of the great Universal Exhibitions of the second half of the 19th century. Consisting of a named allegorical figure and a pedestal, this piece bears witness to the finesse and exceptional quality of the work produced in the Parisian workshops during the second half of the 19th century.

Dimensions

Height: 75 cm

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