Sculpture - The Chicken Breeder , Alfred Barye (1839-1895) - Bronze XIXth Century

19th century
Other style
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From: 93400, Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine, France

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    Bronze sculpture representing a young girl " The Chicken Breeder " by Alfred Barye .
    She is represented standing , holding a hen in her left hand and her apron in which chicks are nestled in the other hand .
    Bronze proof with nuanced brown patina .
    Signature of the sculptor " BARYE Fils " in hollow , on the naturalist oval terrace .
    Old cast iron .
    19th century period .
    Very good state of preservation and patina .

    Alfred Barye (1839-1895)

    Louis Alfred Barye, known as " The Son " , or Alf Barye , born in Paris on January 21 , 1839 and died in Paris on May 13 , 1895 .
    He is a renowned French sculptor .
    Alfred Barye was a student of his father , the sculptor Antoine-Louis Barye .
    His work includes animal bronzes as well as orientalist subjects .
    He exhibited at the Salon from 1864 to 1882 .

    Ref: BZWTOJ87EJ

    Style Other style (Bronze sculptures of Other style Style)
    Century 19th century (Bronze sculptures 19th century)
    Country of origin France
    Artist Alfred Barye (BARYE Fils)
    Height (cm) 80 cm
    Materials Bronze
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 2-3 Business Days
    Location 93400, Saint-Ouen-sur-Seine, France

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