Sotheby’s 19th and 20th Century Sculpture, London

by Matthew Innis |

During the 19th century, when large cultural centers like Paris invested a great deal of money in public sculpture and the wealthy filled their homes with busts and statuettes, the sculptor’s art was elevated to one of its historical highs of aesthetic skill.  Though some earlier figures in the field were unquestionably brilliant, it was in the…

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