Woman Feeding a Bird by Jean-Jacques Pradier

  • This exquisite marble was created by renowned Swiss-French sculptor Jean-Jacques Pradier
  • A master of the neoclassical style, Pradier was celebrated for his marbles depicting beautiful women
  • Pradier was highly successful during his lifetime, exhibiting frequently at the Salon
  • Today, his works belong to prestigious museums across France, including the Louvre
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Item No. 31-3744

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Jean-Jacques Pradier
1790-1852 | Swiss-French

Woman Feeding a Bird

Signed and dated “Jacques Pradier / 1820”

This tranquil marble sculpture is by Swiss-French Neoclassical sculptor Jean-Jacques Pradier. Created in 1820, this work depicts a lovely young woman feeding a friendly songbird that has landed on her arm. Whimsical and exquisitely executed, this pure white marble displays all of the grace and allure of Pradier’s very best marble creations. Beautifully proportioned, she evokes the classical Greco-Roman standards of beauty that experienced a revival during the 18th and 19th centuries in Western art.

Pradier, celebrated for his beautiful, sensuous depictions of the female form in the neoclassical style, was showered with professional honors and prestigious posts throughout his career. He was elected professor of sculpture at the Académie des Beaux-Arts in 1827, made Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur in 1828, and Officier de la Légion d'Honneur in 1834. He sold more Salon entries to the French government between 1819 and 1852 than any other sculptor during that period, and his work was distributed throughout the national museums in France, including the Louvre. 

15" wide x 15" deep x 32" high
Woman Feeding a Bird by Jean-Jacques Pradier
Period: 1816-1918
Origin: France
Type: Sculpture
Depth: 15.0 Inches
Width: 15.0 Inches
Height: 32.0 Inches
Style: Neoclassicism

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