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Sculpture : Pre 1920 item #947744 (stock #9990)
Guglielmo Pugi (Italian, Active 1870-1915)
Figure of Standing Woman in breccia and carrara marbles, signed.
Minor loss to fingertips.
Height of figure: 28”
Guglielmo Pugi is best known for carving the bust of King Umberto I for the Piazza Umberto I in Fiesole, a small town in Italy renowned for its view of Florence and also Pugi’s hometown...
CONSTANTIN CRISTESCO (French, 1872-1928). "Deux chevaux sautant la barrière",
Bronze with mid brown patina - Signed «Cristesco» Stamped «Susse Fes Edts Paris»
Height: 14 1/2 in. x 13.75 in.
Auguste Marie Barreau (French, d.1922)
Young Woman in Grecian Dress
A gilt and patinated bronze statue, signed on the base and inscribed “Médaille d’Or à l’Exposition des Beaux Arts 1865” and “Acheté par l’État”.
Born in France, Auguste Marie Barreau, was a sculptor active during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries...
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Prosper Lecourtier (French, 1855-1924)
A French artist specializing in Animalier sculpture, Lecourtier studied with Frémiet and Coutan in Paris and exhibited at the Salons. While exhibiting in 1879, 1880 and 1902 he won second, third, and first place medals respectively. In addition, his work at the 1900 Exposition Universelle was awarded a bronze medal...
Jean-Baptiste Germain (French 1841-1910)
Known as a sculptor of classical and allegorical figures, Germain was a student of Dumont and Gumery. He worked with his brother Gustave in producing classical and historical statues and groups. Germain exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1866 to 1879 and later at the Salon des Artistes Français where he became an Associate in 1889...
This wonderful carved oak panel originally hung behind the bar in "The Jockey Club" in Washington, DC, and depicts not only a fox hunt but numerous other vignettes typical of English country life of the late 18th and early 19th century. It was probably an overmantle - part of the wall paneling of a room. Circa 1800
Frame: 27" x 40" (Frame is early, but not original)
Etienne-Henri Dumaige (French, 1830-1888)
Bronze Sculpture with a gold patina, signed
Height 25”, Diameter of Base: 11”
Born in Paris in 1830, Dumaige studied sculpture under Féuchère and Dumont. He exhibited his sculptures depicting groups, statues, and busts at the Salon from 1862-1877. . He sculpted a large number of busts, groups and statuettes in marble, plaster and bronze, including statuettes of Desmoulins and Rabelais...
Cartouche-shaped black marble plaque inset with oval micromosaic panels depicting Roman archaeological scenes (clockwise from upper left): the Coliseum, the Temple of Hercules, the Roman Forum and the Pantheon. Those four panels surround the Doves of Pliny, an image often used in micromosaics, which comes from a Roman floor mosaic at Hadrian’s villa in Tivoli and is believed to be a copy of a lost ancient Greek mosaic at Pergamon described by Pliny the elder...
Prosper Lecourtier (French, 1855-1924)
Bronze sculpture, signed.
Lecourtier was born at Grimilly in 1855 and studied under Fremiet and Coutan. He exhibited at the Paris Salons and was awarded medals in 1879, 1880, 1900 and 1902. He also won a bronze medal at the Exposition Universalle in 1900.
Lecourtier specialized in animal bronzes and is represented in the Provins Museum and the Tourcoing Museum...
Antique cased wooden model of the sail & steamship “St. Oliv”, with two masts and two funnels, painted wood and metal with rigging and heavy paper sails. Probably English, circa 1870-1880.
Edward Henry Berge (American, 1908-1998)
A Painted Plaster Relief Plaque of Three Iguanas
Size: 23” x 23.5” x 4.5” deep
Born and raised near Clifton Park in Northeast Baltimore, Mr. Berge was the son of the acclaimed Baltimore sculptor Edward Berge, who was best known for his studies of children. A graduate of Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Mr...
Aristide Onesime Croisy (Fr. 1840-1899)
Zouave Soldier of the Franco-Prussian War (the War of 1870)
Bronze, signed rear of base,
Zouave soldiers were known for their flamboyant uniforms which included short open front jackets with a waistcoat, baggy trousers and braiding embroidered on pantaloons and jackets. Often worn with a fez although this soldier is wearing a forage cap.
Croisy studied at the École des Beaux Arts with Toussaint, Dumont and Gumery...
Mario Zamora Alcantara
(Honduran, b. 1920) Kudu
Bronze sculpture, signed: “M. Zamora A.” and inscribed: “Mex 69 V-XV”.
Zamora Alcantara was born in Honduras but spent most of his life in Mexico. He studied at the Tegucigalpa School of Arts and Crafts (now the National School of Fine Arts) under the tutelage of Alfredo Ruiz Barrera. In 1944 he emigrated to Mexico where he was in the San Carlos Academy until 1948...
Sculpture : Pre 1920 item #1287195 (stock #10619)
Large Carved White Marble Bust of a Classical Woman
Signed with a Monogram, early 20th Century
10" x 14" x 17" tall
SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
11 3/4" x 7.5" x 4" deep. Virgina and Child carving. Italian carving, possibly German.
Best Quality Black Forest Dog-form Humidor and Pipe Rack; carved wood dog with glass eyes standing on his hind legs and holding a tray for pipes. His head is hinged and opens to a tobacco well. Swiss or German circa 1870.
7" x 5.5" x 13.5" tall
Atelier of Antoine Louis Barye (French,1796-1875)
Biche Couchée (Recumbent Doe)
Bronze mounted on a marble base
Signed "Barye" and stamped: "France" (after 1890)
Bronze 6" x 2.25" (not including the base)
Barye began at an early age as an engraver of military equipment, later learning how to mold reliefs from his master Biennais. He turned to sculpture in 1817 an worked in the studios of Bosio and Gros and was influenced by the paintings of Géricault...
Antique Continental Carved Wood Figure of a Cherub or Puto, probably Italian, 18th-early 19th Century.