Fencing Duel Swordsmen Bronze Statue Sculpture Figure Rose Marble Base Original Art

SKU: XN-2281
1 in stock

Condition: sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 11" X Width 14.5"
Marble size:14.5 X 6 1/2"
Height without base:10"
Weight:22 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Original

Embark on a journey into the realm of elegance and athleticism with the extraordinary bronze sculpture titled "Femmes Fatales" by the renowned artist Jean Patoue. This captivating piece unfolds a fencing duel between two male figures, showcasing a perfect blend of grace and power in their synchronized movements. Every detail, from the dynamic poses to the intricacies of their fencing attire, is meticulously crafted to convey the intensity of the sporting combat. The sculpture comes alive with a sense of dynamic motion, drawing the viewer into the heart of the duel and immersing them in the thrill of the action. Jean Patoue's exceptional talent shines through in this lifelike depiction, where each element contributes to the overall narrative of the scene. The artist's signature serves as a mark of authenticity, attesting to the craftsmanship and attention to detail that define this remarkable bronze sculpture. Whether displayed in a home, office, or gallery, "Femmes Fatales" promises to captivate viewers with its timeless beauty and artistic finesse. It transcends the boundaries of sport and art, inviting admiration for the dedication and skill encapsulated in this dynamic portrayal of fencing prowess. As a testament to the enduring appeal of Jean Patoue's work, this sculpture stands as a celebration of athleticism, artistic expression, and the sheer beauty found in the intersection of the two. With its ability to capture the essence of a fencing duel, "Femmes Fatales" is not merely a sculpture but a captivating narrative frozen in time, waiting to engage and inspire those who encounter its dynamic presence.

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Christopher Graves
The characters seem to move before you

The statue looks even more vital in person. The figures seem alive in their duel as you see and even feel their movement.