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Since 2004, the Galerie Malaquais has been showing independant figurative sculpture. This school, which spans several generations, started with Rodin, Bourdelle, and Mailol, and is marked by its commitment to the humanistic and the poetic.

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Aristide MAILLOL, Two Sisters: Subject for a Clock

Aristide MAILLOL
Two Sisters: Subject for a Clock
1902 or earlier
Bronze with dark brown patina
Vollard edition begun in 1902

Model no. 1, « Pendule groupe deux femmes nues sur un socle »,
Catalogue of Sculptures by Maillol Edited by Ambroise Vollard, compiled by Ursel Berger
Sand cast by Florentin Godard (without foundry mark), executed between 1907 and 1937
Swiss customs stamp (on the interior)
49 x 42 x 21 cm

Number of examples currently known: 5.

Private Collection, United States of America