Sleeping Nymph

Madrassi,Luca

Luca Madrassi (1848-1919)

Born in Tricesimo, Italy, Madrassi was a student of Cavalier and the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. He debuted at the Salon des Artistes Francais from 1881-1896 and at the Nationale from 1896 specialising in bust, statuettes and allegorical groups

 He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Francais from 1881-1896 and at the National Salon from 1896.

A member of the Societe des Artistes Francais he received numerous Honourable Mentions and was awarded a medal in 1896.


 Notable Works: Madeleine (1880), La Paix (1893) and Le Baiser (1901)

 

 

Sleeping Nymph by Luca Madrassi (1848-1919)

 Terracotta figure of a nymph sleeping in the bough of a tree.

Sleeping Nymph  c. 1906     Signed: Madrassi     Height: 63 cm

Reference:  Kjellberg - Dictionary of Sculptors

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