|Description||Louis Kley Silvered Bronze Kneeling Cupid 1877. Typical of Kley in tone and sentiment but an oversized production, likely produced for the Salon of 1877 submission to represent the studio. Original rouge marble mounting, with Salon de 1877 inscribed to quiver on ground. Signed L KLEY to side of rockwork . Kley was a large producer of small studio bronzes in the Paris Art Nouveau scene. Most known for animals and children and forms of children in decorations and sculptures. Size 10.5" tall bronze, with mount 13" tall and 6" by 6" diameter. Louis Kley French Art Nouveau ( 1833-1911).