SKU: XQ-065
2 in stock

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 6.5" X Width 10"
Marble Dimensions:10" X 5"
Height without base:5.5"
Weight:10 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

Sitting gracefully with her long dress draped elegantly across her body, this sculpture embodies the essence of a 1920s-era female dancer. Her attire is exquisitely detailed, featuring a skin-tight leotard that reveals certain portions of her body, giving her an alluring and sensual appeal. Despite the sensuous elements, her facial features exude sweetness and innocence. Adorned with a matching cap that complements her leotard, she is the epitome of elegance and style. This captivating piece is a perfect fit for any Art Deco-themed setting and is destined to become the focal point of any room it graces. Created using the time-honored lost-wax casting method, the handmade bronze sculpture showcases intricate craftsmanship and attention to detail. A brown patina finish enhances its aesthetic appeal while ensuring its long-lasting preservation. Resting on a black marble base, it bears the European Bronze Finery quality stamp and the artist's signature. The artist, a Romanian sculptor from the Art Deco era who lived and worked in Paris, crafted a series of renowned sculptures between 1914 and 1933. His mature style emerged in the 1920s, marked by a distinct decorative quality and slender, stylized appearances in his subjects. This particular sculpture embodies the essence of dancers from the Russian Ballet, French Theatre, and early motion pictures, showcasing the influence of Egypt, especially after the excavation of Pharaoh Tutankhamen's tomb. While the hand and face are made from resin, the rest of the sculpture is a testament to the artist's skill and commitment to the Art Deco movement.