Unique piece - In good condition
|Age:||First half 20th century|
|Condition:||Overall in good condition|
Golden bronze, unnumbered, therefore not made in serie, for a Georges Clemenceau bust, nicknamed the father of the 1918 Victory. Unique copy form the French sculptor François Cogné, dedicated to a friend by the author himself and signed twice. Francois Cogné is the sculptor who made another statue of Clemenceau, which is located on the corner of the Champs Elysees and Winston Churchill avenue in Paris.
Stamp of the founder next to the dedication. The founder is Mario Biscéglia, well known for his remarkable patinas. Some visible scratches, not on the face but on the integrated base, certainly made by the sculptor himself.
18 cm high, 7.3 cm width , 6.7 cm length.
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: St georges de didonne (france), France.