Butchering a Cow [Tueur saignant un boeuf by Aimé-Jules Dalou (1897-1902). Bronze with a green and black patina. Height: 2¾ inches (7cm). Signed “DALOU.” Stamped “AA Hébrard Cire Perdue.” Robert Bowman, London. Photograph by Julian Jans. Another view. [Click on image to enlarge it.]

Commentary by Robert Bowman

The present model is one of over a hundred studies that Dalou executed whilst working on his Monument to the Workers.

Robert Bowman has most generously given permission to use in the Victorian Web information, images, and text from his catalogues. The copyright on text and images from these catalogues remains, of course, with him. Readers should consult the website of the Robert Bowman Gallery to obtain information about recent exhibitions and to order catalogues. [GPL]

References

Aimé-Jules Dalou (1897-1902). Online exhibition catalogue. London: Bowman Sculpture, 2014. Web. 29 November 2014.


Last modified 29 November 2014