Ref. 1789

L. Hottot

Sculptor (1829-1905)
(attributed to)

The Japanese and the Oriental women

France
Circa 1900

Metal

Height : 171 cm (67,3 in.) ; Width : 93 cm (36,6 in.) ; Depth : 8 cm (3,1 in.)

Important pair of metal with double patina plaques representing an Oriental woman and a Japanese woman, both dressed in traditional outfits, during the tea ceremony. Each is presented in a black and gold painted wooden frame.

Biography

Louis Hottot (1829-1905) is a French sculptor. In 1885, he participated for the first time in the prestigious Salon des Artistes Français and exhibited at the Salon every year until 1898. Oriental scenes and characters are his favorite subjects.

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