A Young girl by gabriel faraill


The sculpture (190 centimeters in height) is in a perfect state of conservation. It is important to note that the majority of the artist’s pieces are currently owned by numerous museums, so it is very rare to find one on the market.

The french sculptor Gabriel-Auguste-Emmanuel Farrail (Saint-Marsal, 1838 – 1892, Paris) 

Gabriel Faraill, born in Saint-Marsal (Pyrénées-Orientales) around 1838, worked as a carpenter until the age of 23, when he took up sculpture.  He exhibited at the Salon from 1866 to 1891, and won an honorable mention in 1872, 1884 and a third class medal in 1886.


    • White Carrara marble.


    • 185,00 cm


    • ca. 1886
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