Besch Cannes tweets about the sale
It depicts two Bacchantes, female devotees of the Greek god of wine, Bacchus, embracing,
It fetched more than its estimated price of 80-100,000 euros.
"A subject of unlimited inspiration allowing the expression of inebriation, ecstasy, overwhelming passions and other taboos," according to the Besch Cannes auction house.
Drawings by Monet and Boudin
The piece, one of the few sculptures in Monet's collection, was among several artworks sold by the great impressionist's descendants on Wednesday.
Others included nine drawings by Monet himself, some of which sold for 20,000 euros, and a paintbox that the family believes was he used.
A drawing by French impressionist Eugène Boudin sold for 7,800 euros, while an oil painting, Eucalyptus, by Camille Pissaro's son, Lucien, fetched more than 33,000 euros.