Woman with Thyrsus Art Deco Bronze Statue Sculpture by Guirande 14" x 6"


Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 14" x Width 6"
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 6"
Height without base:13"
Weight : 9 LBS
Inventory : 74STE138BG5547
Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

Any fan of the Roaring 20s, Jazz, and F. Scott Fitzgerald will adore this stunning flapper sculpture. Representing the “New Breed” of young women, flappers were known for their rebellious and carefree spirit, flaunting what was then considered "unacceptable behavior" such as smoking, drinking, and driving. Emerging in the aftermath of World War I, these party-loving, swing-dancing free spirits defined an era of liberation and change. This demure flapper, captured in mid-Charleston, exudes the vibrant energy of the Jazz Age. Despite having kicked off her heels for the night, her enthusiasm for dancing is undiminished. Her bobbed hair, a popular style of the era, curls out from beneath her roaring 20s hat. Her dress, rendered in a dark brown and gold patina, shimmies with her movements, while a matching brown sash loops elegantly around her back. Handmade and cast using the traditional "Lost Wax Method," this 100% bronze sculpture is mounted on a marble base and is signed by the artist T. d Guirande. The combination of intricate detailing and the rich patina finish brings the flapper to life, making this piece a captivating addition to any collection. Whether displayed in a home, office, or gallery, this sculpture celebrates the spirit and style of the Jazz Age, offering a timeless tribute to an iconic period in history.