This marble sculpture called « Circé » was made by Alexandre Falguière (1831-1900).

The french sculptor Alexandre Falguière (1831-1900).

He is one of the major french sculptor of the 3rd Republic in France. He studied at the Beaux art in Paris and became the disciple of Francois Jouffroy and Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse. In 1859, he won the Grand prix de Rome. After that, he gained fame thanks to two sculptures : Tarcicius and Le vainqueur du combat de coq. Nowadays, you can find most of his works in museums and squares all around France.

This sculpture is now the property of a chinese private collector.


    • White Carrara marble.


    • Height : 99,00 cm


    • ca. 1920


    • Late 19th century
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