Art Nouveau Mother and Child Bronze Plaque

  • A mother and her child are the subject of this Art Nouveau bronze plaque
  • The scene reflects the fluidity and naturalism for which the Art Nouveau style is so beloved
  • The movement celebrated natural beauty with fluid lines and asymmetrical decorations
  • At once intimate and inviting, it is a lovely example of Art Nouveau bronze
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Item No. 31-1109

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A mother and her child are the subject of this exquisite and endearing Art Nouveau bronze plaque. The bas-relief scene reflects the fluidity and naturalism for which the Art Nouveau style is so beloved, particularly in the mother's flowing tresses and the floral blooms that surround the pair. Art Nouveau, an avant-garde style that emerged in the early 1890s, received widespread popularity almost simultaneously throughout Europe and the United States. The movement celebrated natural beauty with fluid lines, asymmetrical decorations and exotic subject matter. This outstanding plaque combines all of these hallmarks. At once intimate and inviting, it is a lovely example of Art Nouveau bronze.

Circa 1900

Plaque: 15 3/4" high x 27 1/2" wide
Frame: 20" high x 31 7/8" wide
Art Nouveau Mother and Child Bronze Plaque
Period: 1816-1918
Origin: France
Type: Sculpture
Depth: 1.63 Inches
Width: 31.88 Inches
Height: 20.0 Inches
Style: Art Nouveau
Canvas Width: 27.5 Inches
Canvas Height: 15.75 Inches

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