Art Deco Bronze Sculpture by Maurice Guiraud Riviere
MAURICE GUIRAUD RIVIERE (French, 1881-1947)
‘Flute Player’, a green patinated bronze sculpture depicting a nude female figure playing her flute and sitting on a stone base beautifully carved in the shape of a classical column fragment. Incised signature on the base.
Beautiful Pair of Art Deco Cubist Bookends by Bouret
Pierre Ernest Bouret
Silvered and lacquered bronze bookends, from c. 1928, signed and numbered.
French sculptor Pierre Ernest Bouret (1897-1972) was a member of the Salon des Tuileries, member of the Salon d’Automne, a professor at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris and officer of the Legion of Honor.
Art Deco Bronze Sculpture by JOSEPH D’ASTE
An Art Deco silvered bronze statue of a girl with sheep on marble base, signed J. D’ASTE, from circa 1920’s.
“Femme se peignant” Bronze-relief by Joseph Csaky
“Femme se peignant” (Woman Combing her Hair),
brown patinated bronze relief, posthumous cast by Atelier Csaky, with Blanchet foundry stamp, numbered edition 4/8. Signed. 10.8” x 6.2” (27.5 x 16 cm)
Ref: Felix Marcilhac, “Joseph Csaky catalog raisonné of sculptures”, editions de l’Amateur, Paris, 2007, model reproduced on p. 379.
DALI Bronze bas-relief Fécondité
Salvador Dalí (Spanish, 1904-1989)
Fécondité, 1977. Bas relief in silvered bronze
Publishing Year : 1990-1992
Referenced in The catalogue raisonne “Dali Sculptures And Objets” by Robert and Nicolas Descharnes. Page 212-213 illustration #534.
Bear signature and stamped ‘AIRAINDOR 5/150
60 x 70cm (23 5/8 x 27 9/16in).
Georges Tribout Bronze Figural Table Lamp
Georges Henri TRIBOUT (1884-1962)
French Art Deco Table Lamp in patinated bronze, depicting a seated nude woman holding the reflector cone, mounted on a two-tiered onyx base, Signed “G. Tribout” in the bronze.
Georges Henri Tribout was born in Paris and studied at the Université de Notre Dame in Boulogne. Tribout attended the Académie Julian in 1904-1905. He started painting in the Cubist style and exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants in 1909. Tribout was included in the exposition of ceramics at l’Exposition des Arts Décoratifs in 1925, in Paris. At this time Tribout also designed posters, costumes, theatrical sets, sculptures and ceramics for manufacture de Sévres.
French Cubist Bronze by Ferdinand Parpan
Ferdinand Parpan (1902-2004)
“St. Francis”, a black patinated cubist bronze on rouge marble base, signed, monogrammed and dated 1950 in the bronze. H. 13 1/4″, 7 1/2″ wide.
Art Deco Bronze Panther by J. Davergne
A French Art Deco Panther by J. Davergne, green patinated bronze on marble base, circa 1930’s, incised signature on the marble.
23.6″ x 6.5″ x 10.6″
French Art Deco Bronze signed E. Guy
E. Guy, American-Indian Archer, dark patinated bronze on portoro marble base, c. 1940s, H. 15.7 in
French Art Deco Bronze Figure by Georges Gori
“The Model”, a green patinated bronze sculpture depicting a bare-breasted female standing with hands behind her head, mounted on a marble base.
Bronze Figure of a Cat by Dan Ostermiller
Dan Ostermiller (American, born 1956)
Bronze figure of a cat modeled in a stretching pose, edition 28/30, dated 95, on a marble base.
Height 20 1/2 inches.
“Diana the Huntress” Figure by Joseph Descomps
A French Art Deco archer figure, “Diana the Huntress” by Joseph Descomps (born J.E. Cormier, French, 1869-1950), from circa 1928. Patinated and enameled bronze, mounted on a white-yellow onyx base. Signed in the bronze.