Dimensions: 16” x 18”
by David Wretling (Swedish, 1901-1986)
A bronze sculpture of a woman with a water pot and standing on a rocky outcropping. Bronze with golden patina. Signed, Circa 1963
There is a full scale statue of this figure in the Grand Square in the city of Hjo, Sweden
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Polished aluminum, signed, dated (1974) and numbered 23/50
(Minor scratches consistent with age)
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Benevelli lived and worked in Milan for over 50 years and was acquainted with and influenced by many Italian and international sculptors such as Moore, Hulsenbeck, Kokoschka and Arp...
This item has been sold. It remains on our website for internet research purposes.
Phryne Before Her Judges (Phryné Devant ses Juges)
Bronze (medium to light brown patina, minor wear and scratches consistent with age); inscribed “Phyrne” on the front of the base and signed on the right side of the base.
23"H x 12"W x 7"deep
Campagne was born in Gontaud and worked primarily in Paris where he was a student of Falguière. He first exhibited in the Salon des Artistes Français in 1889...
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"Printemps", a Bronze of a Young Woman Gathering Irises
Markings: Signed, "Hipte Moreau"; Foundry Seal "H.Hirschwald, Berlin"; "EW/3998"; Faintly inscribed, "Societe des Bronzes de Paris".
Height 25" (very good mid brown patina with minor scratches and wear consistent with age)
Born in Djion, France 1832, the second son of Jean-Baptiste Moreau, Hippolyte Moreau went to work in Paris under the direction of Francois Jouff...
Pheasant with Chicks
Bronze, with mid brown patina, 6 ½” x 3 ¾” x 3 ¾”H
Well known for his animalier sculptures, his bronzes were always immaculately chased and patinated, and were especially popular in England and Scotland.. By the end of the 19th century, his sculptures had become popular in the United States as well...
17" x 7" x 11.5" tall
Signed with a Monogram, early 20th Century
10" x 14" x 17" tall
(Honduran, b. 1920) Kudu
Bronze sculpture, signed: “M. Zamora A.” and inscribed: “Mex 69 V-XV”.
Zamora Alcantara was born in Honduras but spent most of his life in Mexico. He studied at the Tegucigalpa School of Arts and Crafts (now the National School of Fine Arts) under the tutelage of Alfredo Ruiz Barrera. In 1944 he emigrated to Mexico where he was in the San Carlos Academy until 1948...
Provenance: Gary Young Antiques.
Jument à L’Écurie Jouant Avec un Chien (Mare in a Stable Playing With a Dog, or The Good Companions)
Bronze, sand-cast, signed.
Dark brown patina
**Please note: This is guaranteed to be an original casting from the artist's atelier, not a later re-strike.
First Exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1859
Mêne was “born in Paris . . . the son of a metal-turner...
Bennington, circa 1870.
Indian with Wolf Headress
Bronze sculpture, signed.
Influenced by his roots in the American West, Fellows has maintained a respect for its traditions in his art. His paintings and sculptures have been featured in many magazines throughout the country including Newsweek, Southwest Art and Architectural Digest...
Bronze sculpture, signed.
Lecourtier was born at Grimilly in 1855 and studied under Fremiet and Coutan. He exhibited at the Paris Salons and was awarded medals in 1879, 1880, 1900 and 1902. He also won a bronze medal at the Exposition Universalle in 1900.
Lecourtier specialized in animal bronzes and is represented in the Provins Museum and the Tourcoing Museum...
9" x 9" x 14" tall
Biche Couchée (Recumbent Doe)
Bronze mounted on a marble base
Signed "Barye" and stamped: "France" (after 1890)
Bronze 6" x 2.25" (not including the base)
Barye began at an early age as an engraver of military equipment, later learning how to mold reliefs from his master Biennais. He turned to sculpture in 1817 an worked in the studios of Bosio and Gros and was influenced by the paintings of Géricault...