MILAN

I. Who are Rembrandt Bugatti’s “fathers”?

II. 1884-1902: Milan and the pre-Futurist period

 

PARIS

III. Paris and the Jardin des Plantes

 IV. Paris, a leading light in the modern art trade

 

 

REMBRANDT GYPSOTEQUE

V. Rembrandt Bugatti, a modeller and mould-maker

VI. A.-A. Hébrard et Cie (1902c.1934)

 

 FROM PARIS TO ANVERS

VII. 1903-1908 From Paris to Antwerp: a migratory bird on the wing

VIII. 1909-1911: Rembrandt Bugatti devotes himself to preparing for important exhibitions or the exhilaration of the creative process

 IX. 1912–1916: The innovation of the avant-garde is interrupted by the Great War

 

EPILOGUE

X. Bugatti dies on 8 January 1916

Epilogue: “To the eye, all is contemporary”

Repertoire monographique (R.M.)

Collections and Exhibitions

Bibliography

Table of contents

Acknowledgements