Selected works

Maillol

Aristide Maillol – Les deux Lutteuses

Aristide Maillol
(Banyuls-sur-Mer 1861-1944)

Les deux Lutteuses

1903
Bronze, clear brown patina
Signed with the monogram ‘M’ and inscribed with the foundry mark ‘A. Bingen et Costenoble Fondeurs Paris’
Height 18,5 cm

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Adolfo Wildt – Uomo Antico

Adolfo Wildt

(Milan 1868-1931)

Uomo Antico

1914
Bronze, dark green patina on a marble base
Signed
Height 55,5 cm

 

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Edgar Degas – Grande Arabesque

Edgar Degas
(1834 – 1917)

Grande Arabesque, troisième temps

Ca. 1882-1895
Bronze, red-brown patina with green nuances
Signed ‘Degas’ and numbered ‘16’
H.39,8, l. 55,4, w, 29,5cm

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Lorenzo Vela – Monkey

Lorenzo Vela
(Ligornetto 1812-1897 Milan)

Monkey and a Goose

Milan, ca. 145-1860
White marble
33 cm, l. 34 cm

Candelabra

Carrier-Belleuse – la Victoire

Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse
(Anizy-le-Château 1824 ‐ 1887 Sèvres)

La Victoire

Bronze, gilt and brown patina on a Mazy marble base
Designed by Carrier-Belleuse ca. 1875 and cast by Barbedienne
Height 224 cm

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Hiram Powers – Proserpine

Hiram Powers
(American 1805-1873)

Proserpine

1844
White marble
Signed: ‘ H. POWERS Sculp’
This example carved ca. 1870
Height 62,3 cm

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Barye – The Péreire Garniture

Antoine-Louis Barye
(1795-1875)

The Péreire Garniture

1858-1861
Giltbronze and Griotte marble
Signed ‘Barye’
Height clock 95 cm, height candelabras 112cm

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Barye – The Péreire Garniture

Antoine-Louis Barye
(1795-1875)

The Péreire Garniture

1858-1861
Giltbronze and Griotte marble
Signed ‘Barye’
Height clock 95 cm, height candelabras 112cm

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Barye – The Péreire Garniture

Antoine-Louis Barye
(1795-1875)

The Péreire Garniture

1858-1861
Giltbronze and Griotte marble
Signed ‘Barye’
Height clock 95 cm, height candelabras 112cm

Howard

Cecil Howard – Archer

Cecile Howard
(American 1888 – 1956)

Archer

1926-28
Chassagne stone and wood
Signed ‘Howard’
Carved ‘en taille direct’
Height 91,5 cm

 

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Attilio Selva – Medusa

Attilio Selva

(Triest 1888 – Rome 1970)

Medusa

Ca. 1916 – 1921
Plaster, dark brown and gold patina
Signed with the monogram ‘AS’
Unedited, probably unique
Height 48,5 cm

Guino - Torso

Vincenzo Gemito – Self-portrait

Richard Guino
(Girona 1890 – 1973 Anthony)

Torso

Ca. 1914
Bronze, black over dark-brown patina
Signed and dated ‘GVINO 1914’ numbered ‘3/8’ and inscribed ‘Susse Fondeur Paris’
Cast in 1988
Height : 54,5 cm

Pacing Bull

Workshop of Ferdinando Tacca – Pacing Bull, after a model by Giambologna

Workshop of Fernando Tacca
(Firenze, 1619 – 1686)

Pacing Bull, after a model by Giambologna (1529-1608)

Bronze, clear brown patina with some areas of black lacquer
Florence, mid 17th century
Height: 33 cm (including base)

CHRETIEN without frame

Auguste-Clément Chrétien

(Choisy-le-Roi 1835 – Caen 1913)

The education of Achilles by the Centaur Chiron

Exhibited at the Salon in 1861
Oil on canvas 132 x 164 cm
Signed and dated ‘A.C. Chétien 1861’

Dupon

Josuë Dupon – Pair of groups ‘Panther and Serpent’

Josuë Dupon
(Belgian 1864-1935)

Pair of groups ‘Panther and Serpent’

 Ca. 1900
Bronze, rich brown patina and ivory on on Bellco Griotte marble en faux-marble bases
Signed ‘Josuë Dupon’ and ‘F. van Aerschodt Fondeur’
Height 114,5 and 111cm
Cast ca. 1900
Height 114,5 and 111 cm

De Cock

Jan Claudius de Cock – Bust of an African boy

Jan Claudius de Cock
(Brussels, 1667 – Antwerp, 1735)

Bust of an African boy, with medallion of the Roman Emperor Juba

Marble
Netherlands, late 17th or early 18th century
Height 36 cm

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Lawrence MacDonald Bust of Psyche

Workshop of Bertel Thorvaldsen
(Copenhagen 1770 – 1844)

Bust of Cupid

Ca. 1830
White marble
Height 45 cm

Becquerel-Aigle

André-Vincent Becquerel – Aigle

André-Vincent Becquerel
(1893 – 1975)

Aigle

Ca. 1930
Bronze, green patina
Signed A.V. Becquerel
Height 55 cm

 

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Gharbaoui

Jilali Gharbaoui
(Fes 1930 – 1971 Paris)

Napoli

1958
Oil on canvas 80 cm x 60 cm
Signed and dated l.r. ‘Gharbaoui ‘58’
Titled at the back ‘Napoli’