Total Dimensions: Height 12'' x Width 20''
Approximate Weight: 17 LBS
Original Reproduction: Reproduction
Marcel-Andre Bouraine Born in Pontoise (Seine-et Oise), he studied under Jean-Alexndre-Joseph Falguiere (1881 - 1900), who had reintroduced and emphasized realism in nineteenth-century sculpture. Bouraine was captured in Germany during the First World War, and interned in Switzerland. In 1922, he exhibited at the Salon des Tuileries. The following year he began to exhibit at the Salon d`Autommne. He executed small-scale sculptures for several French firms, including Susse Freer, La Verrier, and Arthur Goldscheider, often exhibiting with the latter`s La Stele and L`Evolution groups. In 1928 Gabriell Argy-rousseau (1885- 1953) commissioned a number of figurines from Bouraine, mostly female nudes, but also a fountain and an illuminated group, all of which were executed in colored, translucent pate de verre. He executed two major commissions for the 1937 Paris International Exhibition, a colored cement low relief, twelve square meters in size, for a fountain at the Crafts center and an earthenware statue representing ceramics for the Sevres Pavilion, 180 centimeters high and 160 centimeters wide. French Art Deco Patinated-Bronze Female Amazon Sculpture After a model by Marcel Bouraine The scantily clad warrior with windswept hair holding a spear, raised on a stepped stylized rectangular base, signed. Height 12 inches, width 15 inches.
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Product Code: RL-036
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