Girl on Pillow by Auguste Moreau 15 in. H x 15 in. L The Girl On Pillow Sculpture by Auguste Moreau depicts a young girl sitting on a pillow. This tabletop sculptures is beautiful made and has a classic feel to it. The girl has an innocent, yet flirty, look on her face as she gazes off into the distance. This sculpture would look great on display.This is handmade and cast in the traditional Lost Wax Casting Process. This is a multi step process that insures a quality bronze sculpture that may be passed down from generation to generation. Sculptor: Auguste Moreau Auguste Moreau, the third son of sculptor and painter Jean Baptiste Moreau, Auguste initiated himself to sculpture along with his older brother Mathurin. In 1861, he made his debut at the Salon, where he would exhibit regularly until 1913. His subjects were primarily genre scenes, pastorals, and allegories; his style was realistic and graceful, revealing his relation to the other members of the Moreau dynasty. The similitude of names sometimes provokes confusion in the attribution of certain works signed without first initials.