Cherub Spilling Water Allegorical Terracotta Sculpture in Manner of Clodion
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Our terracotta sculpture depicting cherub spilling water from a jar is an allegory for a spring in the style of the 18th century artist, Michel Claude Clodion (French, 1738-1814), revered for a similar sculpture of a nymph spilling water and titled La Source.
It rests on a verdigris colored green marble pedestal with bronze frame. Apparently unsigned.
West New York, New Jersey
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