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Paul-Edouard Delabriere ‘French, 1829-1923’ Large Bronze Sculpture of A Lion

Documentation Signed
Origin France
Period 19th Century
Materials Bronze, Marble
W. 25 in; H. 20 in; D. 10 in;
W. 63.5 cm; H. 50.8 cm; D. 25.4 cm;
Condition Good.
Description Paul-Edouard Delabriere (French, 1829-1923) large bronze sculpture of a lion with cubs with a squirrel as its prey, on a white marble rock base.
Very nice quality 19th century sculpture. Signed DELABRIERE on the lower right marble. Perfect for animal lovers!
Good condition, ready to place, minor rubbing to patina in some areas.
Measures: 20? high x 25? wide x 10? deep
Paul- Edouard Delabrierre (1829-1912) was a French sculptor of the Animalier School. His models were directly influenced by Antoine-Louis Barye, the father of the Animalier school. Delabrierre had 70 sculptures exhibited in the prestigious Salon of Paris. In the later parts of his life, Delabriere’s sculptures began to be imported to the U.S. by the infamous jewelry firm, J. E. Caldwell & Co. He later was commissioned by the Louvre museum to create the “L’Equitation” which currently adorns the Louvre today.
Styles / Movements Traditional
Incollect Reference Number 485626
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