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Jean Jacques Pradier Tutt'Art () Figure Drawing, Pose Reference, Portrait, Statue, Pose, Human Poses, Human Poses Reference, Poses, Human Figure

Jean Jacques Pradier [1792-1852], was a Swiss-born French sculptor best known for his work in the Neoclassical style. Born in Geneva, Pradier was the son of a Protestant family from Toulouse. He left for Paris in 1807 to work with his elder brother, Charles-Simon Pradier, an engraver, and also attended the École des Beaux-Arts beginning in 1808.

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Marie Madeleine Gautier Statue, Modern Sculpture, French Sculptor, Sculptures Artistiques, Art Works, Sculpting, Kunst, Statues, Figurative Art

Watching the watcher Liesbeth Rutten Vertrouwen, NL A collection of innovative ceramics for aficionados of the audacious, quirky and original arts. On display are expressive figures indulging in varying degrees of scrutiny and perception, from the self absorbed to the inquisitive, contemplative and incisive and including forms that are hybrid, fractured, holistic and abstract. Fertile titillation to the imagination never goes astray and I applaud these artists for providing such amusing…

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Jean-Jacques Pradier | Neoclassical Romantic sculptor | Tutt'Art@ | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica |

Jean Jacques Pradier [1792-1852], was a Swiss-born French sculptor best known for his work in the Neoclassical style. Born in Geneva, Pradier was the son of a Protestant family from Toulouse. He left for Paris in 1807 to work with his elder brother, Charles-Simon Pradier, an engraver, and also attended the École des Beaux-Arts beginning in 1808.

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