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After Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) La Danseuse au Tambourin III, 1918 (cast 1984)

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After Pierre-Auguste Renoir  (French, 1841-1919) La Danseuse au Tambourin III, 1918 (cast 1984)
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After Pierre-Auguste Renoir
(French, 1841-1919)
La Danseuse au Tambourin III, 1918 (cast 1984)
bronze relief
signed Renoir (lower right)
Height 29 3/8 inches.
Property from the Estate of Michael L. Wilkie, Chicago, Illinois
Literature:
Renoir, Degas, Charles E. Slatkin Galleries, New York, 1958, (exhibition catalogue), illustration of the terracotta version, pl. LI

Lot note:
In 1918, Louis Morrell modeled three plaster reliefs under Pierre-Auguste Renoir's direction. These reliefs were inspired by the artist's paintings La Danseuse au Tambourin and La Danseuse aux Castagnettes, both executed in 1909 and now in the National Gallery, London. The New York sculptor Bruce Hoheb made four molds of the terracotta reliefs in March 1984 and these were used to make lost wax bronze casts at the Joel Meisner & Co. Foundry, located on Long Island. The bronzes were made and distributed at the behest of Parker & Parker, Ltd. in collaboration with the Renoir family. The edition size is 319, plus 12 hors de commerce and 2 epreuve d'artiste, with the present work number 66. All terracotta molds were destroyed.
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After Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841-1919) La Danseuse au Tambourin III, 1918 (cast 1984)

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Lot 0046 Details
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After Pierre-Auguste Renoir
(French, 1841-1919)
La Danseuse au Tambourin III, 1918 (cast 1984)
bronze relief
signed Renoir (lower right)
Height 29 3/8 inches.
Property from the Estate of Michael L. Wilkie, Chicago, Illinois
Literature:
Renoir, Degas, Charles E. Slatkin Galleries, New York, 1958, (exhibition catalogue), illustration of the terracotta version, pl. LI

Lot note:
In 1918, Louis Morrell modeled three plaster reliefs under Pierre-Auguste Renoir's direction. These reliefs were inspired by the artist's paintings La Danseuse au Tambourin and La Danseuse aux Castagnettes, both executed in 1909 and now in the National Gallery, London. The New York sculptor Bruce Hoheb made four molds of the terracotta reliefs in March 1984 and these were used to make lost wax bronze casts at the Joel Meisner & Co. Foundry, located on Long Island. The bronzes were made and distributed at the behest of Parker & Parker, Ltd. in collaboration with the Renoir family. The edition size is 319, plus 12 hors de commerce and 2 epreuve d'artiste, with the present work number 66. All terracotta molds were destroyed.
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