Paul Wayland Bartlett (1865-1925) General... - Lot 115 - Crait + Müller

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Paul Wayland Bartlett (1865-1925) General... - Lot 115 - Crait + Müller
Paul Wayland Bartlett (1865-1925) General Warren Bronze with brown patina Signed "Paul. W. Bartlett" on the terrace Bears the date " 1775 " on the front of the terrace and, on the back, the founder's mark " Converset fondeur Paris ". H. 62,5 cm Our work is a reduced model of the monumental sculpture that Paul Wayland Bartlett imagined in 1903 to honor him. It is installed in Boston, in front of the Roxbury Latin School. General Joseph Warren was an important American politician and military man, and one of the central figures in the revolutionary agitation that took place in Massachusetts during the War of Independence. Bartlett, born in the United States, began his studies in Boston and then left for Paris where he studied under Emmanuel Frémiet. He entered the École des Beaux-Arts where he was taught by Cavelier and met Rodin. He exhibited at the Salon from 1887 and at the Universal Exhibition of 1900. He set up his own foundry in his studio from which came out many animal bronzes presented at the Salon. He participated in large public commissions in the United States, particularly in New York. American museums preserve a large number of his works. Related literature: Pierre Darius, Paul W. Bartlett, Largentière, E. Mazl, 1923.
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