Bronze sculpture - marked by foundry
|Signature:||Signed, Artist's stamp|
|Title of artwork:||Ours - fonderie P. Chenet|
Pierre Chenet - Bear
Signed by foundry and with the specific crown
L35 x H20 x l 14cm, weight is 3.7 Kg
Pierre Chenet lived in a village next to Lille (North of France). He started creating sculptures in the beginning of the 20th century. According to some information he died in the early 1970s.
Polar bear with very nice brown and black patina.
Pierre CHENET is an artist from the north of France. He is well known for his sculptures of animals.
He use the technique of investment casting (moulage à la cire perdue)
Pierre CHENET focuse on the pure essence of animals.
This bear is a tribute to one of the most famous sculptor and his polar bear with round shapes : François POMPON (pupil of Auguste Rodin (1840-1917)).
Will be carefully packaged and shipped by French Post COLISSIMO with a tracking code
The statue will be wrapped with plastic air bubbles and paper to avoid any damage caused by manutention or collision.
|Member since:||January 7, 2017|
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Spectacular item. Packaged well and sent promptly.
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