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The Fruit, sculpted in 1906, is the renowned work of Antoine Bourdelle. The statue is an anatomical study of a nude female. She stands confidently, with fruit cupped in her right hand, her left arm bent behind and her ankles crossed. A chaste voluptuousness emerges from this young body.
The Fruit, in the Musée Bourdelle
- Dossier de l'Art N° 10, January/February 1993
- Bourdelle, by Ionel Jianou and Michel Dufet Edition Arted 1970
- Cléopâtre Bourdelle-Sevastos, Ma vie avec Bourdelle, Paris-Musées and Editions des Cendres, 2005 (ISBN 2-87900-938-3)
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