Jacquemart-André Museum collection
Charming, even as a miniature!
When Nélie Jacquemart bought this sculpture in 1908, she was convinced of having added a masterpiece by the great Pigalle to her collection. It was later attributed to a neo-classicist Italien artist named Luigi de Pampaloni. Although its origins are not as famous as Nélie Jacquemart thought, the sculpture became an immense success and has inspired many replicas in different formats.
Made of resin, H : 13 cm, Diam : 8.5 cm
Made in Asia