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French sculptor and designer. He was one of the most prolific and versatile sculptors of the 19th century, producing portrait busts, monuments and ideal works, as well as exploiting to the full the commercial opportunities offered by developing technology for the mass production of small-scale sculpture and decorative wares. His style ranged from the unembellished Realism of his male portraits to the neo-Baroque exuberance of his architectural decoration, and his art is particularly associated with the amiable opulence of the Second Empire. He signed his works A. Carrier until ...

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French, 20th – 21st century, male.

Born 16 July 1953.

Sculptor. Figures.

Goepfert was influenced by his brother Alain. He took up sculpture in 1985. He models his realist figures directly in plaster or clay, without drawing them first, before casting them in bronze. He strives above all to express life and movement. He has taken part in various Paris Salons, including the Salon d'Automne, Salon des Indépendants and Salon des Artistes Français....

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Italian, 20th century, male.

Sculptor.

Inghilleri's terracottas are famous. He mainly makes figures in the realist mode such as Young Boy and Woman Carrying Water.

Rome (Gal. Nazionale): We Reap as We Sow (bronze)

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Rococo  

Richard John and Ludwig Tavernier

A decorative style of the early to mid-18th century, primarily influencing the ornamental arts in Europe, especially in France, southern Germany and Austria. The character of its formal idiom is marked by asymmetry and naturalism, displaying in particular a fascination with shell-like and watery forms. Further information on the Rococo can be found in this dictionary within the survey articles on the relevant countries....