Bronze "Hunting dog at the stop" by E. de Gaspary - Late 19th century

19th century
Other style
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Bronze sculpture with brown patina signed Eugène de Gaspary, a late 19th century Parisian sculptor who received an honorable mention in 1894 at the Universal Exhibition.
    This work features a Setter in a stop position standing on its legs, awaiting instructions from its master. His taut body forms a straight line from his muzzle to the end of his tail in perfect balance.
    On the terrace we find the artist's signature. The whole rests on a cherry red marble veined with white and gray, with chamfer.
    This bronze animal work exudes a sense of serenity and honors the loyalty of this hunting dog.

    Period: Late 19th century
    Excellent condition.
    Can be shipped by Colissimo with appropriate protection (Price: 50 €)

    Width: 31 cm
    Height: 18.5 cm
    Depth: 11cm
    Weight: 5.16 kg

    89 T

    Ref: Q6LXZA8JNC

    Condition Very good
    Style Other style (Animal sculptures bronzes of Other style Style)
    Period 19th century (Animal sculptures bronzes 19th century)
    Artist GASPARY
    Width (cm) 31
    Height (cm) 18.5
    Materials Bronze, Marble
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France
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