French 19th Century Marble Sculpture of a Nymph after the Bath on Pedestal

A French Neoclassical style marble sculpture from the 19th century depicting a nymph after the bath on a gray and white marble base. This exquisite French Neoclassical style marble sculpture from the 19th century captures the timeless elegance and grace of a nymph after the bath. The sculpture is reminiscent of Falconet's famed La Baigneuse (The Bather), with distinct differences that make it a unique work of art. The nymph is depicted with a skillful technique that showcases the finesse of her traits and her intricate hairdo, highlighting the artist's meticulous attention to detail. Set on a gray and white marble base, the sculpture exudes a sense of refined sophistication. The contrast between the smooth, white marble of the figure and the variegated base adds depth and visual interest, enhancing the overall aesthetic appeal. The nymph's pose, relaxed and serene, captures a moment of tranquility and introspection, embodying the classical ideals of beauty and grace. The delicate carving of the nymph's features and the elegant arrangement of her hair reflect the skill and artistry of the sculptor. Her serene expression and naturalistic form convey a sense of timeless beauty, making this sculpture a captivating focal point in any setting. Perfect for a variety of interiors, this Neoclassical marble sculpture can be displayed in a living room, study, or entryway, where it will serve as both a decorative centerpiece and a testament to classical artistry. Its elegant design ensures it will complement both traditional and contemporary décors, adding a touch of historical charm and sophistication to any space.
Place of Origin: France
Period: 19th Century
Dimensions: 5.25" Diameter x 14.25"H
Inventory Number: ZZ184
Price: $1,995