Jeunesse (Young Woman) was first modelled in 1911, from the artist's wife, Georgette, but this is a later version made in 1935. Although Wlerick's concern is with harmony and rhythm rather than the dramatic realism of his fellow sculptors Rodin and Bourdelle, there is a subtle sense of movement in the gentle twisting of the torso and the way in which the head turns to one side.