Patinated Bronze Sculpture The Tedder Signed Alfred Boucher Ht 48 Late Nineteenth

19th century
Art Nouveau
From: 06400, CANNES, France

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    Very pretty bronze with brown patina in excellent condition representing "La Faneuse" a young woman in clogs, at rest leaning on her fork during haymaking, it rests on a circular base signed on the terrace A Boucher and numbered 108 F at the rear, Alfred Boucher (1850-1934) French sculptor entered the School of Fine Arts in 1869 (pupil of Dubois) he worked in Rome and in Paris, this sculpture is undoubtedly the one then entitled 'Aux champs' exhibited at the Salon in 1897 All his works are distinguished by their naturalism, (current Art Nouveau) he creates the La Ruche home in 1902 where so many great artists will pass ... (source the 19th century bronzes by Mr KJELLBERG)) La Faneuse is notably kept in museums from Besançon and Toulon, the Musée d'Orsay in Paris also exhibits A.Boucher, print from the late 19th century and early 20th century presented on a large mixed marble base, Height 48cm ht of the bronze 44cm diameter of the base 18cm of the bronze 14.8cm BEAUTIFUL OBJECT

    Ref: 7K6UJXN1LC

    Style Art Nouveau (Bronze sculptures of Art Nouveau Style)
    Century 19th century (Bronze sculptures 19th century)
    Artist A.Boucher
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 4-7 Business Days
    Location 06400, CANNES, France

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