Self-love by Charles Cumberworth

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Charles Cumberworth entered the Beaux-Arts in 1829 and exhibited from 1833 to 1848 at the Salon de Paris, mainly busts of women and children, as well as allegorical statues of very classical craftsmanship.

He was responsible for the statue of Queen Marie-Amélie and the Duke of Montpensier.

Reproduction in patinated resin

Dimensions
Height: 32 cm.
Width: 9,5 cm.
Depth: 9.5 cm.
Origin: The founder Daubrée, friend of the painter, would have produced the posthumous edition of "L' Amour de soi".
Museum: Paris - Louvre Museum
Artist: Charles Cumberworth (1811-1852)
Material: Resin
Editor:rmngp

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Self-love by Charles Cumberworth

Charles Cumberworth entered the Beaux-Arts in 1829 and exhibited from 1833 to 1848 at the Salon de Paris, mainly busts of women and children, as well as allegorical statues of very classical craftsmanship.

He was responsible for the statue of Queen Marie-Amélie and the Duke of Montpensier.

Reproduction in patinated resin

Dimensions
Height: 32 cm.
Width: 9,5 cm.
Depth: 9.5 cm.
Origin: The founder Daubrée, friend of the painter, would have produced the posthumous edition of "L' Amour de soi".
Museum: Paris - Louvre Museum
Artist: Charles Cumberworth (1811-1852)
Material: Resin
Editor:rmngp

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