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SA666897

A Fine Pair Of French Bronzes After Albert Carrier-belleuse Fisher Boy & Companion

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£3,850 | $5,126 USD | €4,362 EUR
Item Number: SA666897
Date of manufacture: 1880
Current Status: For sale
Seller: Tim Saltwell Antiques
This antique has been viewed 10 times in the past month with the most views from China.

Description

Albert Ernest Carrier-Belleuse (1824-1887)
A stunning pair of late 19th century French bronze allegorical figures of hunting & fishing cast after the model by Carrier-Belleuse. Each modelled as youths, one holding their catch of fish, a fishing net cloaking the shoulders, the other with game birds, standing on circular plinth bases of Belgian black marble.
Height 22”  (56cm)
Base diameter  7 1/2” (19cm)
French
Circa 1880
Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse was one of the most important and innovative sculptors of nineteenth-century France. His prolific output had a lasting influence on many of his contemporaries and, notably, he was the teacher of Auguste Rodin, who would develop his master’s style into a pioneering modernism.
Following his training at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Carrier-Belleuse debuted at the Salon in 1851 and gained particular recognition from the 1860s onwards. During his long career at the Paris Salon and beyond, Carrier-Belleuse was responsible for important public monuments, as well as creating decorative sculpture for a diverse clientele. His terracotta models, many of which depict playful mythological subjects, were reproduced widely. Carrier-Belleuse’s workshop became an important training ground for younger sculptors, including Rodin, who acted as the master’s assistant between 1864 and 1870.
Carrier-Belleuse was an innovator. Not only did he pioneer new treatments of traditional themes, and develop original methods and techniques for the production of sculpture in his large studio, but he was one of the first sculptors to organise public sales of his works at auction. His models are still among the most popular in the nineteenth-century sculpture market
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Declaration

This item is antique. The date of manufacture has been declared as 1880.


Dimensions

Height = 56 cm (22.0")
Width = 19 cm (7.5")
Depth = 19 cm (7.5")


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Tim Saltwell Antiques
Arun
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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