Art Deco Gilt Nude Girl Bronze Sculpture Museum Quality Hot Cast Figurine Figure


Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 17.5 X Width 6
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 6
Height without base:16.5
Weight : 11 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

Introducing Phryne: A Stunning Bronze Sculpture Radiating Elegance and Confidence. Phryne is a remarkable one-piece bronze sculpture, exuding solidity and craftsmanship throughout. Its smooth finish is flawlessly executed, capturing every intricate detail, including the delicate rendering of her fingernails. This semi-nude sculpture portrays a nonchalant expression, seemingly daring the viewer to look away. Originally exhibited in 1893 at the World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, Phryne graced the north court of the central pavilion in the Art Gallery building, showcasing its timeless allure. Crafted using the revered Lost Wax Method, this beautiful bronze sculpture embodies the artistry and expertise of the process. Its exquisite brown patina adds depth and character, accentuating its beauty. Mounted on a sturdy marble base, this sculpture commands attention and makes a striking statement in any setting. The artist behind this magnificent piece is Brutt, whose signature adorns the sculpture, further enhancing its value and quality. Phryne is not only a work of art but also a symbol of elegance and confidence. It captures the essence of beauty and invites viewers to appreciate its timeless allure. This sculpture is a true treasure for collectors and art enthusiasts alike.