Art Deco Sculpture of a Panther
Large Art Deco, black patina, sculpture of a marching panther.
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.
French Art Deco Mantle Clock by Raoul-Eugene Lamourdedieu
A Gilded Bronze Art Deco Mantel Clock by Raoul Eugene Lamourdedieu, (1877-1963), mounted on a portoro marble base,
flanked by two kneeling nude maidens, signed Lamourdedieu.
Length 24 3/4 inches
Movement marked: Gold Medal.
Maker: Samuel Marti
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.
Art Deco Bronze by Joe Descomps
Joseph J. Emmanuel (DESCOMPS) CORMIER (1869-1950)
‘La Chaîne’ A Patinated Bronze Sculpture of Woman and Child, 1930s, raised on a marble base. Signed J.D. Cormier and stamped 4/25 with Colin Paris foundry mark.
“Two Deer and Faun” Bronze Group by Ary Bitter
A black patinated bronze group “Two Deer and Faun” by Ary Bitter (French, 1883-1973), from c. 1925. Signed and with foundry mark, “Susse Frères” on the bronze plinth. Mounted on a green marble base.
Art Deco Bronze by D.H. CHIPARUS
Demetre H. Chiparus, “Bles”, bronze figure of a young girl with a wheat garland, green and gold patinated bronze raised on a black marble base, signed. Ref. in Alberto Shayo catalogue, p. 204, 136
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.
Art Deco Bronze Panther Group by Michel Decoux
Michel DECOUX (1837 – 1924)
Patinated bronze on black marble base
Height.: 6 in. (16 cm) , Length.: 20 in. (51 cm) , Depth: 4 in. (10 cm)
Jan and Joël Martel Bronze
Jan and Joël Martel (1896-1966) Brown patinated and silvered bronze representing a sea lion playing with a ball and resting on a marble base, c. 1930 Signed “J.J.Martel.” H: 13 1/3 in
Art Deco Bronze by Amedeo Gennarelli
Amedeo GENNARELLI (1881-1943)
“Woman with Lyre”
Black patinated bronze, cire perdue casting, numbered 7 in a limited edition of 10. Signed.
H. 20 1/2″, W. 11 1/4″, D. 7″
French Art Deco Bronze by Abel R. Philippe
ABEL R. PHILIPPE
“Mother playing with her Child”, an Art Deco silvered bronze group, on a polychromed bronze base, signed on the base, c 1930’s.