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Statue "La Source a L'enfant"

Statue "La Source a L'enfant"


This was originally created by the sculptor Mathurin Moreau, and founded in Val d'Osne's foundry in Eastern France in the Early 19th Century. It was named "La source a L'enfants", meaning "The mother of all children", symbolically showing a woman giving water, meaning life, to the infant, which represents mankind united by origin. Before selling the original 1850 Limited collection cast-iron statue, 12 bronze cast reproductions were made from; this statue is 2 of 12. (Mold cast and reproductions made by Jan de Luz) It can also work as a fountain centerpiece.


Limted Edition Reproduction



Overall Dimensions

Width: 24 " / 61 cm
Height: 61 " / 155 cm
Depth: 28 " / 71 cm