Bronze "le Perdreau", by J. Moignant - 19th century

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

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    Bronze with Brown Patina representing a Partridge, signed Jules Moigniez (1835-1894).
    This Work was created by one of the greatest Animal Sculptors of the 19th century. Jules Moigniez was rewarded several times for his Sculptures relating to Nature and Hunting.
    This Bronze presents a Quality Patina in nuance, highlighting this Volatile chiseled with Finesse.
    With its head raised and its beak open, the Partridge seems alert, its wings slightly raised.
    Incredibly realistic, the Bird surrounded by foliage seems frozen in time.
    Lovers of the plant world, Nature or Hunting, this Bronze by Jules Moigniez entitled "the Perdreau", will easily find its place in your interior.

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

    ref. 805 S

    Ref: D9SIY3FD7I

    Style Other style (Animal sculptures bronzes of Other style Style)
    Century 19th century (Animal sculptures bronzes 19th century)
    Artist Moignez
    Length (cm) 18.5
    Height (cm) 23
    Depth (cm) 10
    Materials Bronze, Patinated Bronze 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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