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FAUVEAU, Félicie de


Livorno, Italy 1801 - Florence, Italy 1886

France 19th century


Othello et Desdémone, dague et fourreau

Othello and Desdemona Dagger and Scabbard

c. 1845

silvered and gilt bronze

type: other

Dimensions (HxWxD): 21 23 x 4 34 x 2 13 in. 55.0 x 12.1 x 5.9 cm

inscribed on front quillon block: OTHELLO

Acc. No.: 1997.3

Credit Line: Gift of Lucile and Paul Audouy

Photo credit: 2012 Detroit Institute of Arts

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Provenance

  • Paris, Galerie Estir (Lucile and Paul Audouy)
  • 1997, Gift of Lucile and Paul Audouy

Bibliography

  • 1887 Coubertin
    de Coubertin, Baron, "Mademoiselle de Fauveau," Gazette des Beaux-Arts, ser.1, vol. 35 (1887), pp. 512-521
  • 1928 Benoist
    Benoist, Luc, La Sculpture Romantique, Paris: Gallimard, 1928, pp. 32-34; 64; 130; 138-146; 180-181; 224-226
  • 1983 Barbotte
    Barbotte, Juliette, "La dague de Félicie de Faveau," La Revue du Louvre et des Museés de France, vol. 33, no. 2 (1983), pp. 122-125
  • 1984 Schiff
    Schiff, Gert, "The Sculpture of the 'Style Troubadour'," †Arts† 58 (June 1984), pp. 102-110
  • 1996 Blühm
    Blühm, Andreas, Art et Dossier, No. 114 (July-August 1996), pp. 31-33
  • 1997 Proctor
    Proctor, Nancy, "Fauveau, Félicie de," Dictionary of Women Artists, London and Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997, vol. 1, pp. 511-513

Exhibitions

  • 1991 Paris
    Un Age d'or des arts décoratifs 1814-1848, exh. cat., Paris: Galeries nationales du Grand Palais, October 10-December 30, 1991. no. 274