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European sculpture art, 19th century, wood engravings, published in 1897 Featured Emmanuel Fremiet Print

European sculpture art, 19th century, wood engravings, published in 1897

European Sculpture art in the 19th century: 1) Gorilla carrying off a woman, sculpture (1887) by Emmanuel Fremiet (French sculptor, 1824 - 1910), Paris; 2) Triumphal procession of Bacchus and Ariadne, relief by Rudolf Weyr (Austrian sculptor, 1847 - 1914), Vienna; 3) The Love song, sculpture by Constantin Barbella (Italian sculptor, 1852 - 1925); 4) The peace protected by weapons, sculpture (1904) by Ludwig Manzel (German sculpture, 1858 - 1936), Berlin; 5) sculpture (ca. 1888) by Johannes Benk (Austrian sculptor, ), Theatermuseum, Vienna; 6) Germania from the victory monument in Leipzig, sculpture (1888) by Rudolf Siemering (German sculptor, 1835 - 1905), Berlin (1946 destroyed); 7) Wounded nymph, sculpture by Gustav Eberlein (German sculptor, 1847 - 1926), Berlin; 8) Chloe, sculpture (1895) by Heinrich Wadere (German sculptor, 1865 - 1950), Munich; 9) Love secret, sculpture by Otto Konig (German sculptor, 1838 - 1920), Vienna; 10) Rescued, sculpture (1887) by Adolf Brutt (German sculptor, 1855 - 1939), Stadtisches Museum, Flensburg; 11) Captive Mother, sculpture (1887) by Stephan Sinding (Norwegian-Danish sculptor, 1846 - 1922), Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen; 12) Durer as a boy, sculpture (ca. 1870/75) by Friedrich Salomon Beer (Austrain-French sculptor, 1846 - 1912), Paris; 12) Sleeping shepherd boy, sculpture (1871/73) by Adolf von Hildebrand (German sculptor, 1847 - 1921), Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin. Wood engravings, published in 1897