Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse Collection
Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse was a renowned French sculptor and artist who left an indelible mark on the art world with his exquisite creations
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Albert Ernest Carrier Belleuse was a renowned French sculptor and artist who left an indelible mark on the art world with his exquisite creations. One of his notable works, Vase d'Arezzo, crafted between 1884 and 1885 at the Sevres Porcelain Manufactory, showcases his mastery in porcelain artistry. The delicate intricacy of this vase reflects Belleuse's attention to detail and ability to transform everyday objects into extraordinary pieces. Another remarkable creation by Belleuse is the Bust of President Thiers, also produced at the Sevres Porcelain Manufactory in 1883. This lifelike portrayal captures Thiers' dignified presence and exemplifies Belleuse's talent for capturing human likeness through sculpture. Belleuse's versatility as an artist is evident in his Bust of Murillo from around 1872. This piece pays homage to the Spanish painter Bartolomé Esteban Murillo, showcasing Belleuse's ability to capture not only human form but also convey emotion through his work. In La Source, created in 1864, Belleuse demonstrates his skill in depicting movement and gracefulness. This sculpture portrays a woman gracefully pouring water from a jug while exuding elegance and beauty—a testament to Belleuse's ability to bring life into stone. Not limited to sculptures alone, Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse also ventured into other artistic mediums such as silverware design. His Silver coffee pot with an embossed female figure from 1880 showcases both functional design elements and intricate detailing that elevate it beyond mere tableware. The Studio of the Sculptor Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse offers us a glimpse into the artist's creative sanctuary—an intimate space where ideas come alive amidst tools, clay models, and unfinished masterpieces—a true reflection of an artist immersed in their craft. Diana Victorious stands tall among Belleuses' works—created between 1885 and cast in 1888-1889.