SKU: AL-168

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Condition: This sculpture is in a very Good condition.   
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 10" x Width 12"  
Marble Dimensions: 11" X 5"  
Height without base: 10"   
Weight : 14 LBS  
Inventory : 2247K16822    

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction
Artist: EMILE LOUIS TRUFFOT (FRENCH 1843-1896) Title: "POACHER " Medium: Genuine Pure Bronze - Lost Wax Process (Cire Perdue) Height: 10" (As each sculpture is individually made, sizes stated are approximate. Measurements of most works are from the bottom of the marble base to the highest point of the sculpture.) Detailed Description : This beautiful bronze figure of a fox and pheasant is mounted onto a marble base, stands 10" high, and is inscribed E. Truffot, dark brown patina. Born in Valenciennes in 1843, Emile Louis Truffot studied sculpture at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris. He exhibited at the Salon from 1863, and he won the Prix de Rome in 1867/68. About the Sculpture: Made in the Europe. certified pure bronze. Featuring recasts of hundreds of significant bronzes. Setting the standard in hand cast bronzes in the superior Lost Wax Process (Cire Perdue). Clay to wax to bronze-the lost wax process is a method for changing a sculpture made of soft clay into a harder material such as bronze, which captures the most minute detail of the artists original work. Practicing in the same manner of the old world masters, with devotion to quality, fidelity and detail. Recasts may be made from originals, reproductions or sculptured after paintings. Our skillful artisans take pride in casting the best foundry bronze. The lost wax process has long been the preferred method of casting bronze sculptures for the finest museums, galleries and premier collections across the globe. There simply is no better way to create artwork in bronze that faithfully reproduces the original object.