Art Deco Bronze Graceful Ballerina Fifth Pose Ballet Belly Dancer Girl Sculpture Statue

SKU: EP-600

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 15 1/2" X Width 6"
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 5"
Height without base:12 1/2"
Weight:9 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

This captivating sculpture depicts a graceful dancer being swept away by the wind, transporting her to a whole new world of freedom and beauty. With one hand held upward and the other behind her head, she dances with abandon, her long, curly hair flowing back from her face in the breeze. The intricate detailing of her exquisite dress adds to the allure, with the fabric lifting and flowing between her legs as she moves. The ruffled bottom of her skirt gives her a playful and cute feel, while her gorgeous necklace and arm bracelet accentuate her elegance and grace. Crafted using the esteemed Lost Wax Method, this sculpture boasts a two-tone brown patina that enhances its depth and dimension, adding to its visual appeal and realism. Mounted on a marble base, it exudes a sense of stability and sophistication, making it a striking centerpiece in any space. Signed by C.JR Colinet, this sculpture pays homage to the Belgian sculptor's renowned series "Dancers of the World," which captured the beauty and energy of dancers from various cultures. Claire Jeanne Roberte Colinet, a well-known sculptor in her day, was celebrated for her dynamic and energized sculptures, particularly her dancers. Incorporating theatrical themes into her work, Colinet's sculptures were full of life and movement, leaving a lasting impression on viewers. Exhibited at Parisian Salons from 1913 through 1940, Colinet's sculptures continue to captivate audiences with their beauty and vitality, embodying the spirit of dance and artistic expression.