La Petite Laveuse, Bronze Sculpture, 1916

By Pierre Auguste Renoir and Richard Guino

France, 1950s
"La Petite Laveuse" (The Little Washerwoman) is a well-known collaborative work between the painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir and the sculptor Richard Guino. The figure renders in bronze the impressionistic strokes of Renoir's late paintings. Originally designed in 1916, this piece was cast in 1951. Inscribed "Renoir" (see detail shot). Dimensions below are for the bronze sculpture alone. The wooden base is 2 X 6 X 9.75.

Very good. Wear consistent
with age and use.
Height: 10.63 in (27.01 cm)
Width: 9.44 in (23.98 cm)
Depth: 5.88 in (14.94 cm)
Bronze, wood

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