19th century FRENCH school after François-Joseph... - Lot 246 - Daguerre

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19th century FRENCH school after François-Joseph... - Lot 246 - Daguerre
19th century FRENCH school after François-Joseph BOSIO (1764-1827) Henri IV as a child Model created in 1822. Statuette in silver-plated bronze. Inscribed Murphy/14 March 1876/Pau. Marked L. Oudry 8 Cr. H. 34 cm Accident and missing Related works: François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, plaster presented at the 1822 Salon; François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, 1824, silver statue commissioned by Louis XVIII, signed and dated, H. 125 L. 42 W. 40 cm, Paris, Musée du Louvre, inv.CC 37; François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, 1824, original marble, H. 125 L. 42 l. 40 cm, Versailles, Musée national du Château de Versailles, inv. MV 3282; François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, 1823, marble, H. 126.7 W. 51 D. 50 cm; H. without base 118.7 cm, Pau, Musées des Beaux-arts, inv. 864.1.1; 1) Official sculptor to King Louis XVIII, François Joseph Bosio was inspired by a painting by François Bunel (Musée national Château de Versailles, inv.MV 3282) to depict Henri de Navarre, the founder of the Bourbon dynasty dynasty in 1589. Depicted full-length in the troubadour style, the young king is in fact a veritable propaganda figure for the glory of the Bourbons. of the Bourbons. The silver original commissioned from Bosio for the king was a huge success, and was followed by numerous in marble and bronze. Related works -François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, plaster presented at the 1822 Salon; -François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, 1824, silver statue commissioned by Louis XVIII, signed and dated, Dim: H.125 x L. 42 x W.40 cm, Paris, Musée du Louvre, inv.CC 37 ; -François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, 1824, original marble, Dim: H.125 x L. 42 x l.40 cm, Versailles, Musée national du Château de Versailles, inv.MV 3282 -François Joseph Bosio, Henri IV enfant, 1823, marble, H. 126.7 x W. 51 x D. 50 cm ; H. without base 118.7 cm, Pau, Musées des Beaux-arts, inv. 864.1.1 ; 1) François Joseph Bosio, official sculptor to King Louis XVIII, took his inspiration from a painting by François Bunel (Musée national de Château de Versailles, inv.MV 3282) to depict Henri de Navarre, the founder of the Bourbon dynasty in 1589. Depicted full-length in the troubadour style, the young king is in fact a veritable propaganda figure for the glory of the Bourbons. The silver original commissioned from Bosio for the king was a huge success, and was followed by numerous other copies in marble and bronze.
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