The Bather

Leroux, Gaston

Gaston Leroux (1854-1942)

A student of Francois Jouffroy, Leroux was a regular exhibitor at the Paris Salon, winning honourable mentions in 1882 and 1883. At the Expostions Universelle in 1889 and 1900 he was awarded bronze medals. As well as bronze Leroux also worked in terra cotta and plaster.

Inspired by the ethnographic findings of the mid ninteenth century in Egypt he sculpted subjects from North Africa including, Aida, Rebecca, Buste d'Otello (1888) and Charmeur de Serpent (1889).





The Bather by Gaston Leroux (1854-1942)

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