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Bronze statue of the author "Boy and roosters" Paul CHEVRE. N - 75 cm. Represents the work of the famous Franco-Canadian master from the second half of the 19th - early 20th century. It represents a boy separating the cockfight. This game and combat event was transmitted in an anti-censorship manner; in a naked young man and in the pathos of gestures. The slightly deviated figure of a young man gives way to angry roosters, and their line of aggression crosses the line of the boy and the loincloth. Their expressive nature creates energy and strength, and also highlights the noble patina of the young man's smooth body.
|Materials||Bronze, Patinated Bronze|
|Shipping Time||Ready to ship in 1 Business Day|
|Location||LV-1011, Riga, Lithuania|
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