St. George slaying the dragon signed by the artist “Emile Picault” Late 19th.
Dimensions: 45 cm. height
Émile Louis Picault (24 August 1833 – 1915) was a French sculptor, best known for works depicting allegorical and patriotic subjects, and mythological heroes. Picault was a very prolific artist, producing sculptures in abundance—over 500 models in total—during his long sculpting career. He began to show his artwork at the Salon beginning in 1863. He signed the majority of his work as “E. Picault”.
Picault’s work can be seen in museums in the following cities:
- Chambéry (Le Semeur d’idées, 45 cm)
- Clermont-Ferrand (Hébé, 93 cm)
- Maubeuge (Le devoir, Honor patria, 45 cm)
- Troyes (La famille, joies et peines)