Large Bronze Cup, by E. Picault - Late 19th Century

19th century
Art Nouveau
From: 44810, Héric, France

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    Important Bronze Cup centered with an Antique Shepherd Dog, sculpted by Emile Picault (1833-1922) and edited by the Founder Barbedienne.
    The most prolific figure of the French Neo-Baroque movement of the 19th century, this Artist here creates a Pastoral Scene set in a dazzling Round Cup adorned with handles depicting the heads of Lions.
    The Country Representation depicts a Shepherdess with her sheep discussing with a Peasant holding his scythe and a young man picking fruit, near a cow in the background.
    This colorful Cup rests on a central Brass shaft ending in a Quadripod square base benefiting from stylized patterns. The Winding Feet adorned with Vine Vines are finely chiseled and enriched with reliefs.
    Brilliant and Full of charm, this Bronze Cup will find its place in a Refined home.
    Period: Late 19th century
    In a perfect state.
    Can be shipped by Colissimo with careful packaging and appropriate protection (price: 50 €)
    Height: 20cm
    Width: 62 cm
    Cup diameter: 48 cm
    Weight: 13 kg

    REF. 690 S

    Ref: PCNR0YM8W8

    Style Art Nouveau
    Century 19th century
    Artist Picault
    Manufacture / Brand Barbedienne
    Width (cm) 62
    Height (cm) 20
    Diameter (cm) 48
    Materials Bronze doré
    Shipping Time Ready to ship in 8-15 Business Days
    Location 44810, Héric, France

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