Here is an impressive very large French bronze sculpture by the American woman artist Sara G. Wright, who studied with Felix Maurice Charpentier (1858-1924) in Paris. This bronze, of a mother and child, is signed by the artist and dated 1907. The foundry mark, "CONVERSET RONDEUR," also appears on the bronze, along with the location, Paris. The bronze measures 22 1/2 inches or 57 centimeters high and 17 1/2 inches or 44.5 centimeters wide. It is approximately 15 inches or 39.5 centimeters deep. It shows a mother seated with her daughter on a rocky outcropping. The mother's face is down turned and peaceful as she leans protectively over her child, who leans on her lap. Please see photos for more on the look of this very expressive--as well as impressive--bronze. The condition of this bronze is excellent. The color or patination of the bronze is a dark chocolate brown, with some golden highlights showing. Again, please see photos. Sara G. Wright (b. 1875 in Chicago) studied with Felix Maurice Charpentier (1858-1924) in Paris. Please reference "Who Was Who in American Art" edited by Falk, p. 696. Charpentier exhibited at the Salon from 1884 onwards and won several medals. Wright's work reflects her apprenticeship with Charpentier, who was known for his freedom of expression and for embracing modern art. Please reference "The Dictionary of Sculptors in Bronze" by James Mackay, p. 67.