VICTORIA & ALBERT MUSEUM, LONDON
LIST OF WORKS (based on inventory notes supplied by Mererid Roberts, Curatorial Assistant, Sculpture Dept) :
Age of Bronze
(The Vanquished/Le vaincu, The Man of the first Ages, The Awakening
Figure of a
Woman (Crouching Woman, Femme accroupie, 1885-90, bronze, given by
Head of a
Woman (Head of Iris, Head of Demeter), enlargement ca. 1908, bronze,
Thomas F. Ryan, 1909, bronze, given by the artist in 1914.
George Wyndham, ca. 1903, bronze, given by the artist in 1914.
de Choiseul, 1908, bronze, given by the artist 1914.
Bust of Eve
Fairfax, 1904-1905, bronze, given by the artist in 1914.
(Byzantine Empress, Bust of a Young Warrior), ca. 1904, bronze, given by
Angel (L´ange déchu, Chûte d´un ange), 1895, group in bronze, given by
St. John the
Baptist, 1879-80, bronze. This cast was purchased by public subscription
Son, 1885-87, bronze, given by the artist in 1914.
figure conceived for the Gates of hell, bronze, given by the artist in
Cupid & Psyche, ca. 1908, marble, given by the artist in 1914.
Dante (Mask of John Wesley de Kay), 1908, terracotta, given by the artist in 1914.
(La main crispée), bronze, gift by Dr. Neville Goodman in 1971,
Figure for the Gates of Hell, plaster sketch. This version dedicated to
1885, sketch in plaster, bequeathed to the Museum by
Camille Claudel, 1882-89, bronze bust on an onyx base, given
Figures (Ovid´s Metamorphoses, Desire, Luxury, Death and the Maiden,
Torso of a woman, bronze on plaster pedestal, given by the artist in 1914.
Balzac, 1891-92, bust in bronze on marble base, given by the artist in
The Muse (The
Inner Voice, revision of La Méditation, part of the Victor Hugo
E.1410-1922, Eastern Dancing Girl in Blue Dress
E.1411-1922, Study of a nude female figure
E.1412-1922, Study of a nude female figure
E.1413-1922, Study of two nude female figures
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