This bas relief depicting one nude woman at a printing press and another looking throgh a portfolio of prints or drawings serves as the door to Carabin's elaborate cabinet for books, art objects, and prints (1890). In the photograph above the dark object is the cast iron (?) mouse climbing string, which serves as a latch.
- Entire bookcase
- Two female figures (Nature and Poetry?)
- Bas relief with two nudes
- Wrought iron latch in form of a mouse
Kader, Alexander. "The Concentrated Essence of a Wiggle: Art Nouveau Sculpture" in Art Nouveau, 1890-1914. ed. Paul Greenhalgh. New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000. Pp. 250-61.
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