Antique Art Nouveau Bronze Sculpture "Charmeuse" by Pierre Campagne

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The History

Antique Art Nouveau Sculpture Titled "Charmeuse" ("Charmer") by Pierre Etienne Daniel Campagne (France 1851-1910). Sculpture Depicts a Woman with an Exposed Breast Leaning on a Tree With Four Birds at Her Feet, Shoulder and Leg. Birds Individually Cast (Reference Picture) and Bolted to Sculpture. Masterfully Cast in Multiple Pieces. Lost Wax Bronze Casting. Multi-Color Patina - Golden Liver Flesh, Base and Tree in Green, Clothes and Birds in Green. Titled "Charmeuse" on the Base and Signed "Campagne" on Base.

Specifications

Item#:OAD2090 Height: 39-1/2" Width: 11" Base: 10"

Item Details

Reference #:
oad2090
Quantity
1
Category
Fine Art
Department
Antiques
Year
1890
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
11.00 x 39.50 x 10.00
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Very Good
Material
Bronze