Bronze with Brown Patina, "The Child and the Blind", by B. Girardet - Early 20th Century

1.500
20th century
Other style
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From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Bronze proof with Brown Patina entitled "The Child and the Blind", signed by the Marseillaise Sculptor Berthe Giradet (1861 - 1948).
    A Blind Man, holding a stick which serves as his guide, leans on the shoulder of a Child. He stretches out his hand to beg, or beg for help.
    We can note the contrast of expressions on the faces of the two characters: the old man, crippled, displays a closed air, while the child offers a Playful and Coming face.
    The drape of their clothes falls skillfully down to the plinth, signed and stamped with the Founder's seal "L. Gatti".
    This Work of modest dimensions will awaken your Sensitivity by its Finesse and its Thematic.
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    Period: Early 20th century
    In a perfect state.
    Can be shipped by Colissimo with appropriate protection.
    Dimensions:
    Maximum length: 13 cm
    Maximum height: 24.5 cm
    Weight: 2 kg

    Reference 439 S

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    Ref: 3RJR4HJP5M

    Style Other style
    Century 20th century
    Length (cm) 13
    Width (cm) 11.5
    Height (cm) 24.5
    Weight (Kg) 2
    Materials Patinated Bronze 
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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