This beautiful Art Nouveau bronze sculpture of a nude woman is signed by the artist Phillipe. The sculpture features a fluid line of movement and is mounted on a polished black marble base. It depicts a nude woman in a very exposed position, with her hands stretched out to the sides, almost as if she is allowing the person for whom she has opened her arms to take her completely.
She has a lightly draped fabric around her arms that serves as a sort of shawl, falling around her in a fluid symmetrical pattern that creates a beautiful backdrop. Her head is crowned by her short, curly locks and falls casually to the side in a deep abandon. This piece uses the lost wax casting method, founded millennia ago.