End 19th century – Beginning 20th century
Metal, measures approximately 79 cm with its base, 71 cm alone
I like to buy metal sculpture when they are large and well chiseled and patinated because for a tiny part of its bronze equivalent, we have spectacular pieces that play the game well … As my children say, ” it does it” !
A drinker refreshes himself by drinking with a “gargoulette” which keeps its contents very fresh. He is probably a Spanish coachman: although his head is protected by a scarf, he has his hat and his whip at his feet. I have not seen a signature or a foundry mark: it might be necessary to separate it from its base to check, but it is original, in wood covered with old damaged velvet I did’nt to have the heart to do that.
O homen electrico
Goncalo Mabunda born in 1975 “O homem Electrico” (The electric man), 2015, mask/sculpture made up of bullet casings of different calibers, iron,
Pablo Picasso Malaga 1881/Mougins 1973 Atelier Madoura: “Divers or three characters on a springboard” 1956. Round/square convex wall
Abstract wall sculpture
Rayond Trameau 1897-1985 Mixed technique on black painted chipboard 41 X 39 cm, combining enamels on copper, yellow copper and chiseled red
Gothic keystone Carved stone 26 X 25 X 21 cm. Although Gothic probably from the second half of the 13th century, this keystone with four ridges
Monkey eating a fruit
Thomas François Cartier 1879 – 1943 Enamelled terracotta with thick gray, brown and green glaze 22 X 10 X 21 cm. The author, a formidable
Terracotta Sculpture : “putti Candle Holder Project”
20th century 21.5 cm high by 8 cm wide This incredible terracotta candlestick project dates from the first years of the 20th century, at the
Unnamed End 19th century – Beginning 20th century Metal, measures approximately 79 cm with its base, 71 cm alone I like to buy metal