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Among the photographs placed at our disposal by Aristide Maillol, some do not give the name of the photographer. These photographs are listed under the reference: Photo A. M.In respect of sculptures made from different materials (stone, lead, wood, bronze, clay, etc.), the particular material used for the work reproduced is indicated in italics. If the work is not the only one of its kind. the collection is not generally indicated.
33. The Woman and the Wave. Painting, about 1898. 17 1/4" by 21". Collection H. de Monfreid. Photo Hypérion.
34. The first tapestry of Aristide Maillol. About 1896. In the Artist's Collection. Photo Hypérion.
35. Young Girl. Painting, about 1896. Photo Druet.
36. Olive Trees. Cartoon. Collection A. Vollard. Photo Druet.
37. Two Bathers. Painting, 1938. In the Artist's Collection. Photo Hypérion.
38. Woman with a Mandoline. Bas-relief, wood, about 1895. 9 1/2" by 8 3/4". Bernheim Jeune Gallery. Photo Bernheim Jeune.
39. Commemorative Figure.. High relief, terra-cotta, about 1920. 10" by 10 1/2". Collection M. Tanner, Zurich. Photo Vizzavona.
40. The Spring. High relief, wood, and bronze, about 1898. Height 13 3/4". Collection Lerolle. Photo Vizzavona.
41. Bather. Tapestry, about 1902. 39" by 36". Collection Prince Antoine Bibesco.
42. Woman Bathing. Bas-relief, plaster, about 1906. 39" by 41". In the Artist's Collection. Photo A. M.
43. Desire. High relief, lead, stone and plaster, about 1904. Height 47". A model in lead in the Boymans Museum, Rotterdam. Photo Tibor Honti, Prague.
44. "War Memorial at Banyuls". Stone, about 1930, unveiled 1932. Photo Ernest Massot.

Consolation. Bas-relief from the War Memorial at Banyuls. Photo Lucien Maillol.

45. The dying Warrior. High relief, centre of the War Memorial at Banyuls. Photo Lucien Maillol.

Mourning, Bas-relief from the War Memorial at Banyuls. Photo Lucien Maillol.

46. Memorial in the Basle Cemetery. Lead, about 1935. Photo Spreng, Basle.
47. Sorrow. War Memorial at Céret. Plaster, bronze and stone. 1921-1923. Photo Spreng, Basle.
48. Door-Knocker. Bronze, about 1930. Photo Vizzavona .
49. Ornamental tapestries for two seats. About 1904. 12" by 29 1/2" and 17 3/4" by 25 1/2". Collection Prince Antoine Bibesco. Photo Hypérion.
50. The Mediterranean (or Thought). Plaster, bronze and stone, about 1901. Larger than life size. The original in stone at Winterthur. Collection O. Reinhart; in marble in the Tuileries, Paris. Photo Vizzavona.
51. The Mediterranean, back view. Photo Vizzavona.
52. Study for The Mediterranen, side view. Terracotta, about 1900. Length 6". Photo Druet.
53. Study for The Mediterranean, front view. Photo Druet.
54. Bather Crouching, back view. Stone, about 1935. Photo Vizzavona.
55. Bather Crouching, front view. Photo A. M.
56. Night. Plaster and stone, about 1902. Larger than life size. Model in stone in the Kunstmuseum, Winterthur. Photo Vizzavona.
57. Côte d'Azur. Painting, about 1898. 37" by 40". Property of the City of Paris. Photo Hypérion.
58. Pomona. Bronze, plaster and stone, about 1907. Life size. Stone in the Museum of Modern Western Art, Moscow. Photo Tibor Honti, Prague.
59. Pomona. Photo Tibor Honti, Prague.
60. War Memorial at Elne. Stone, about 1925. Photo John Rewald.
61. Pomona with lowered arms. Plaster and marble, 1937. Property of the City of Paris, Petit Palais.
62. Photo Hypérion.
63. Venus with Necklace. Plaster and bronze, about 1918-1933, larger than life size. Photo Marc Vaux.
64. Venus (without Necklace) in a Garden. Photo A. M.
65. Bather standing. Plaster, about 1903. In the Artist's Collection. Photo Hypérion. Torso of Venus with Necklace in the Artist's Studio. Photo Vizzavona.
66. The Sea. Painting, about 1895. Property of the City of Paris, Petit Palais. Photo Hypérion.
67. L'Ile-de-France. Bronze and plaster, about 1910, life size. Photo Druet.
68. L'Ile-de-France (without feet). Photo Vizzavona.
69. Flora. Back view. Plaster, stone and bronze, about 1911. Life size. A stone model in the Museum of Modern Western Art, Moscow. Photo Druet.
70. Flora. Front view. Photo Vizzavona.
71. Bather putting up her hair. Back view. Bronze and plaster. The original statuette dates from about 1898, an enlargement about 1932. Height 31". Photo Vizzavona.
72. Bather putting up her hair. Front view. Photo Vizzavona.
73. Bather standing. Bronze and terra-cotta, about 1900. A terra-cotta model in the Maurice Denis Collection. Photo Spreng, Basle.
74. Bather standing. Wood, about 1900. Height 24 1/2". Collection Prince Antoine Bibesco (the background is formed by one of Maillol's tapestries, reproduced on page 48). Photo Hypérion.
75. Young Girl bathing. Study in terra-cotta, about 1900. Height ca 8". Photo Druet.
76. Young Girl bathing. Bronze, about 1900. Height 10". Photo Vizzavona.
77. Eve. Bronze, about 1902. Height 23 3/4". Photo Vizzavona.
78. Bather bending backwards. Bronze, about 1903. Photo Vizzavona.

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