Maillol, Aristide Joseph Bonaventure

Maillol, Aristide Joseph Bonaventure
(12/8/1861 Banyuls-sur-Mer-9/24/1944 Marly-le-Roi) (France)
   Sculptor, medalist, draftsman, tapestry designer, woodcut printmaker, lithographer, etcher, and illustrator. Studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris under A. Cabanel and Gerome. Best known for his sculptures of the female nude, but his more explicit works are prints.
   Reproductions: [Couple copulating]; Orgies, 1969: pp. 99, 105 . Deeper in; 1939; Neret, 1994: p. 589 . Illustrations for Chansons pour Elle; 1939; woodcut; Haught 1992: p. 31 [B] / Hurwood, 1975: p. 193 [B]. Illustrations for Odes of Horace; woodcut; Haught 1992: pp. 29, 37 [B]. Illustrations for Ovid's Art of love; woodcut; Haught 1992: pp. 48, 60 [B]. Lovers; Brusendorff, 1960d: p. 101 [B]. Leda; Brusendorff, 1960c: p. 89 [B]. Sixty-nine; c1930; Neret, 1994: p. 588 [B]. Torso of Flora study; 1911; bronze; Neret 1993: p. 13 [B].
   [b]Source: Benezit, vol. 9: pp. 57-59; Jean Charbonneaux, Maillol (Paris: Les Editions Braun, 1947); DoA vol. 20: pp. 119-121; J. Hophouse, "Reverence and eroticism," Art News 75, 3 (March 1976): pp. 36-38; Aristide Maillol, Maillol erotic woodcuts: 135 illustrations (New York: Dover, 1980); John Rewald, Maillol(London: Hyperion Press, 1939); ThB XXIII 1929; Vollmer III 1956: p. 300.

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