Bronze sculpture of a putti in a sailing boat by Moreau
L&F Moreau were two brothers who were part of the Moreau dynasty of sculptors from Dijon France in the 19th century. L&F Moreau were perhaps best known for creating highly ornate clocks and garniture sets in both bronze and spelter. The L stands for Louis Auguste (1855-1919), known for bronzes and metal sculptures. The F stands for Hippolyte Francois (1857-1930), a painter and sculptor.
Their L&F Moreau studio was their business partnership which produced spelter copies of both of their bronze sculptures (spelter is a bronze-like Pot metal that is lighter weight than bronze and made primarily from zinc). It’s important to note that L&F Moreau also individually produced bronze and spelter pieces and signed them Auguste and Hippolyte … but those signed with L&F Moreau marks were produced by this partnership studio
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