Important Bronze " David ", by A. Gaudez - End of XIXth century

19th century
Rome and ancient Greece
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Magnificent proof in bronze with black and green patina, signed Adrien Etienne Gaudez (1845-1902), famous French sculptor, gold medalist at the World Fair in Paris in 1889.
    This work is 67 cm high and is presented on a large rotating base. It depicts David, the future king of Israel, slaying the Philistine hero, the giant Goliath, with a stone thrown from a sling.
    This biblical episode was chosen by the artist to salute courage and strength, accentuated by the beauty and impressive size of this bronze.
    David is depicted naked, dressed only in a sheepskin around his hips. His athletic body is perfectly drawn. In his right hand, he holds his slingshot firmly. His appearance is haughty and glorious, his face with a perfect physiognomy is raised and surrounded by soft hair.
    Powerful, this work will charm you with its incomparable charisma.

    Period : End of XIXth century
    Excellent condition. Some traces of wear.
    Delivery on estimate with careful packaging and adapted protection.
    Dimensions :
    Height : 67 cm
    Width : 27 cm
    Depth : 22 cm
    Weight : 14 kg

    reference : 590U

    Ref: O48SRG20ZH

    Style Rome and ancient Greece (Bronze sculptures of Rome and ancient Greece Style)
    Century 19th century (Bronze sculptures 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Artist Gaudez
    Width (cm) 27
    Height (cm) 67
    Depth (cm) 22
    Weight (Kg) 14
    Materials Bronze
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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