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Style: Art Nouveau
Antoine Bofill Art Nouveau Nude Bronze Sculpture, circa 1900
Located in Dallas, TX
This is one of Antoine Bofill's best models, being a signature Art Nouveau nature form with a beautiful nude nymph gazing upon a bumble bee insect. The patina on this statue figure i...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Dancer with a tambourine
Located in PARIS, FR
"Dancer with a tambourine" by Agathon LÉONARD (1841–1923) Rare sculpture made in gilded bronze Signed on the dress "A. Léonard Sclp" Cast by Susse Frères (with founder stamp) Stamp...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Eva
Located in Täby, SE
This piece in golden bronze signed and numbered 4/10 Foundry Stamp Herman Bergman was casted in the 70ths as a tribute to woman as strong, intelligent an reflecting human beings unl...
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1970s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

19th century French mythological figurative female bronze statuette
Located in Florence, IT
Late 19th-century bronze figure derived from a work by Jean Michel-Angel Pollet-a Palermo artist of French parents who was a pupil of Bertel Thorvaldsen and Peter Tenerani - titled ...
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Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Pomme Bouche, Brooch, Claude Lalanne, French, Design, 1990's, Bronze, Jewels
By Claude Lalanne
Located in Geneva, CH
Pomme Bouche, Brooch, Claude Lalanne, French, Design, 1990's, Bronze, Jewels Brooch Pomme Bouche 1990 Edition Arthus-bertrand, Paris Bronze with a golden...
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1990s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Dancer with Torches
Located in PARIS, FR
Dancer with Torches by Agathon LÉONARD (1841–1923) A rare sculpture made in bronze with a nuanced light brown patina Signed on the backside "A. Léonard Sclp" Cast by Susse Frères (w...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Raro busto Art Nouveau in alabastro e micromosaico
Located in Firenze, IT
"Raro busto Art Nouveau in alabastro e micromosaico. " Il busto di una giovane ragazza. Epoca Art Nouveau, con un rarissimo lavoro in alabastro e micromosaico. Firenze, circa 1900. U...
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19th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Alabaster, Marble

Coral Brooche. Early 20th century Italian Cameo with woman profile.
Located in Firenze, IT
FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Early 20th century Italian cameo with woman profile. Hand carved cameo. Dimensions: H 3.5cm x W 3cm Italian manufactory of early 20th century. Probably ...
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Mid-20th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Silver

Lamp "Woman-Flower"
Located in PARIS, FR
"Woman-Flower" Lamp by MARS-VALLETT (1869-1957) Art Nouveau sculpture forming a table lamp, made in gilded bronze with two light arms Signed on the base "Mars-Vallett" Old edition ast France circa 1900 height (without light bulbs) 35 cm width 25 cm Biography: Mars-Vallett, pseudonym of François Marius Vallet (1869-1957), was a French caricaturist and sculptor. Son of a marble worker from Chambéry, Mars-Vallett was a student at the Paris School of Fine Arts. Working as a caricaturist during his youth, he worked for numerous Parisian publications such as the newspaper “Soleil du Dimanche”. Mars-Vallett won several awards at the Salon of French Artists and the Salon of the National Society of Fine Arts. He was also the curator of the Savoy museum in 1904 and the Charmettes museum (Jean-Jacques Rousseau's house) in 1907. He was one of the founding members of the Society of Friends of Old Chambéry in 1933. During his life in Paris, Mars-Vallett received visits to his studio, among others, from Auguste Rodin and Albert Bartholomé. He was very close with the painter François Cachoud...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Early 20th century art nouveau bronze buste of a woman on a ceramic socle
Located in Oostende, BE
Unsigned bronze buste of a woman, with fine characteristics. The sculpture was mounted on a hand-made ceramic socle with a marble top. Very heavy, solid and qualitative piece.
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Marble, Bronze

Franz Bergmann Orientalist Arab Slave Nude Group Cold Painted Bronze Signed 1910
Located in Portland, OR
A very large 24" (61cm) Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936) cold painted bronze group statue, signed, Austria, circa 1910. The bronze in the Orientalist manner & depicts a young slave ...
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1910s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Nature unveiling in front of Science
Located in PARIS, FR
Nature unveiling in front of Science by Louis-Ernest Barrias (1841-1905) Bronze sculpture with multiple patina. Signed "E. Barrias" on the side of the base cast by "Susse Frères" (foundry mark and stamp) The model of this statue was commissioned in 1889 to decorate the new medical school in Bordeaux. When he had finished the first version in white marble for the school, Barrias designed a second marble and onyx statue in 1899 for the ceremonial staircase of the Conservatoire des Arts et Métiers in Paris. France circa 1900 height 58 cm Biography : Louis-Ernest Barrias (1841-1905) was a French sculptor . He came from a family of artists. His father was a porcelain painter and his older brother, Felix-Joseph Barrias, a recognized painter. Louis-Ernest Barrias entered the School of Fine Arts in Paris in 1858, he abandoned painting to move towards sculpture under the direction of François Jouffroy. In 1864, he won the Prix de Rome, on the theme of "The Foundation of Marseille", and was engaged on the site of the Paris Opera house. He later produced many sculpted works, most of them in marble. In 1881, Louis-Ernest Barrias was awarded a medal of honor of the fine arts and named knight of the Legion of Honor in 1878, then promoted officer in 1881 and commander in 1900. The artist replaced Auguste Dumont at the Institute in 1884, then succeeded Jules Cavelier as a professor at the School of Fine Arts, where, among his most notable students, there were Victor Ségoffin, Charles Despiau and Paul Landowski.
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Royal Copehaghen. Vase with Sailing Ship in the Sea. Danish porcelain. Early 20th century.
Located in Firenze, IT
Royal Copehaghen. Vase with Sailing Ship in the Sea. Danish porcelain. Early 20th century. Royal Copenhagen. Denmark. Vase with sailing ship in the sea. Hand-painted porcelain wi...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Porcelain

"Dancer with the scarf" lamp
Located in PARIS, FR
Agathon LÉONARD (1841–1923) Lamp "Danseuse à L'Écharpe" "Dancer with the scarf" lamp A very rare sculpture forming a table lamp, made in gilded bronze The scarf hides the light bulb Signed on the side of the dress "A. Léonard Sclp" Cast by Susse Frères (with founder stamp) France circa 1905 height 60 cm A similar model is reproduced in "Les bronzes du XIXe siècle", P. Kjellberg, Les éditions de l'amateur, 2005, page 460. Biography: Léonard Agathon Van Weydeveldt, said Agathon Léonard (1841-1923) was a sculptor of Belgian origin naturalized French. After studying art at the Lille Academy of Fine Arts and then at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Agathon Léonard settled in Paris for a long time, where after having exhibited at the Salon of 1868, he joined the Society of French artists in 1887, then to the National Society of Fine Arts in 1897. Very involved in the artistic movement of the Art Nouveau style, he exhibited many pieces (medallions, bronze statuettes and ceramics) finely worked. Following an order from the Manufacture Nationale de Sèvres, dating from 1898, Agathon Léonard exhibited at the Universal Exhibition of 1900 in Paris his famous table centerpiece "Game of the scarf" in porcelain biscuit, composed of fifteen statuettes representing dancers with pleated dresses reminiscent of Loïe Fuller's choreographies or Neo-Greek dancers...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

The Andy Warhol Foundation – Kid Robot – Dunny Set
Located in Austin, TX
***Very RARE*** Collectible Items The Andy Warhol Foundation – Kid Robot – Dunny Set DIMENSIONS OF EACH DUNNY: 8" x 5" x 4" 20.32 x 12.7 x 10.16 cm DIMENSIONS OF EACH BOX: 9 × 7.2...
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2010s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Plastic

horse. 19th century bronze sculpture
Located in CORAL GABLES - MIAMI, FL
horse. 19th century bronze sculpture measurements with the base are 37.5 x 17.5 x 31 cm
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Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

The Song
By Félix Charpentier
Located in PARIS, FR
"The Song" by Félix Charpentier (1858-1924) A very fine bronze sculpture with nuanced dark brown patina Signed "Fx. Charpentier" Cast by "E. Colin & Cie Paris" France around 1900 he...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Early 20th C Alabaster Sculpture of a Seated Female Bather.
Located in San Antonio, TX
Early 20th C Italian Art Nouveau Alabaster Sculpture of a young female bather. Bather is seated on a stone with arms crossed in a mode...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Alabaster

Fine & Very Large Belle Epoque Porcelain and Enamel Elephant, France circa 1900
Located in SANTA FE, NM
Very Large Porcelain Elephant France, circa 1900 Porcelain, enamels 28 x 14 1/2 x 9 inches
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Gold, Enamel

Leda and the Swan
Located in West Hollywood, CA
Presenting a magnificent early Art Nouveau bronze by Belgian artist Jef Lambeaux(1852-1908.) “Leda and the Swan”, is an original Art Nouveau Bronze,...
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1880s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

La Seine, Denys Puech, dated 1901
By Denys Puech
Located in San Antonio, TX
Marble Sculpture titled “La Seine” in reference to the main Parisian River. Sculpture is signed "Denys Puech, OLRY-ROEDERER" and dated 1901. Presumably m...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Marble

Art Nouveau European Box
Located in Troy, NY
This elegant Art Nouveau box was originally made in France circa. 1910, and remains in very good condition. It was acquired from a French estate. The lid of the box is decorated with...
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1910s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Metal, Bronze

Modernist Bronze Sculpture of a Nude Woman
Located in Soquel, CA
Abstracted sculpture of a nude woman by Francis Xavier "Frank" Bracken (American, 20th Century). Signed, dated and numbered "Francis X. Bracken 1981 2/7...
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1980s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze, Steel

Antique French Art Nouveau Bronze Female Bust "Phryne" Emanuel Villanis 1900
Located in Portland, OR
Antique, Art Nouveau bronze of a beautiful maiden in the Neo-Classical manner by Emmanuel Villanis, Circa 1900. The bronze, titled "Phryne" depicts a beautiful Neo-Classical maiden, ...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Early 20th Century Bronze Figure Sculpture, Shepherd Girl with Staff Statue
Located in Soquel, CA
Wonderful miniature bronze cast figurative sculpture of a young barefoot shepherd girl holding a staff by R. Hobold (German, 19th c). The girl is dressed in a flowing peasant dress a...
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Early 20th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Marble, Bronze

Discord - Inkwell
Located in Roma, RM
Artist: Giovanni Battista Alloati Title: Discord - Inkwell Medium: bronze sculpture with marble base Signature: signed on the right side “G. B. Alloati” Titled in the centre “La Discordia” On the back stamp of the “Fonderia opera d’Arte Betta Corrado – Torino” The Discordia - Inkwell by Giovanni Battista Alloati is a decorative object that skilfully combines the allegorical dimension with the Secessionist treatment of volumes and lines. this sculpture presents the typical traits of Art Nouveau language, accompanied by Symbolist accents that can be seen in the sinuous handling of the bodies and in the uncanny rendering of the personification of Discordia, with its characteristic snake-shaped hair. Giovanni Battista Alloati is also known as a skilful portraitist of illustrious personalities of early 20th century Italy. In 1911 he was among the artists involved in the creation of statues of athletes for the Turin Stadium, while in the post-war period, the sinuous secessionist line gradually disappeared in favour of a balanced return to order.
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Inspiration
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Beautiful Art Nouveau marble. Campagne, Pierre Étienne Daniel French , 19th century , male. Active in Paris. Born 1851 , in Gontaud (Lot-et-Garonne). S...
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1890s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Marble

Phryne - Marble Bust of a Beautiful Young Woman Perfect Silhouette Art Nouveau
Located in Miami, FL
Emmanuel Villanis was well known primarily for his bronzes of beautiful young women. With Phryne, the sculptor is working in marble. Since stone is not in the least forgiving, it's...
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1890s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Marble

Standing Woman, Bronze Sculpture by Bessie Potter Vonnoh 1911
By Bessie Potter Vonnoh
Located in Long Island City, NY
This bronze sculpture by Bessie Potter Vonnoh, from 1911, is a charming rendering of a young woman draped in an early 20th-century dress. Vonnoh became one of the so-called "White R...
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1910s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Nude Girl and Swan Bronze
Located in Miami, FL
This stylized figural study captures a young girl restraining a struggling swan trying to take flight purportedly by Marius Jean Antonin Mercié, bearing the incised signature “Mercié” on the base.. The work is quite heavy weighing in about 65 lbs and boasts an opulent dark patina. Unlike his signature work Gloria Victis, that has numerous versions, reproductions and casts, Girl and Swan may be of just a few casts or may be unique. With Barbedienne foundry mark on the tree stump behind the left foot. Mercie used Barbedienne for many of his works. Purchased from Toulouse Antiques...
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1910s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Unic ceramic dish Andre Masson "Deux Femmes " . "Naked women " .
Located in CANNES, FR
"Deux femmes nues ". " naked women " is a ceramic plate signed Masson (underneath ) ." unic piece ". dated 1921 . Andre Masson realized very few works o...
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20th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Ceramic

Patinated Plaster European Art Nouveau Bust
Located in Troy, NY
This patinated plaster art nouveau bust is of a classic figure wearing a turban-style headpiece. The neck has beautiful proportions on the front and ...
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Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Plaster, Glaze

Jean Garnier Bronze of a Sea Nymph or Siren
By Jean Garnier
Located in San Francisco, CA
Jean Garnier (1853-1910) Art Nouveau Bronze Sculpture circa 1890s A Fine bronze sculpture by listed French artist Jean Garnier. A young nude woman with long flowing hair and a tamb...
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Late 19th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Emmanuel Villanis Art Nouveau Bronze Sculpture "L' Otage" ( Hostage )
Located in Berlin, DE
Stunning Art Nouveau sculpture of a standing young women, tied to a stump. By Emmanuel Villanis ( 1858-1914 ), France ca. 1890. Bronze, patinated. Signed at the bottom. Inscribed: L'...
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19th Century Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Carved Oak Wood Arts and Crafts Frame with Rabbit, Dog, Bird, Emu Carvings
Located in Miami, FL
Handmade Arts & Crafts channeled oak frame with chiseled relief farm animal decoration on each corner, pin and dovetail construction, artist cipher and date carved verso, 45"h x 31.5"w (outside), 37"h x 24"w (inside) Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington...
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1910s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Wood

"A Girl Sitting on a Stool Tying Her Shoe", 20th Century Bronze by Juan Clará
Located in Madrid, ES
JUAN CLARÁ AYATS Spanish, 1878 - 1958 A GIRL SEATED ON A STOOL TYING HER SHOE signed "Juan Clara" and stamped A.G. Paris and marks L.R. 213 (on the stool ) bronze figure 6-3/8 x 3 x 4 inches (16 X 7.5 X 10 cm.) PROVENANCE Private Collector, Madrid A brown patia bronze sculpture of Art Nouveau style, depicting a little girl sitting on a sidewalk tying her shoe. The plasticity that Juan Clará achieves with the bronze when shaping this beautiful little sculpture is wonderful. We notice the effort that the little girl is making to put on her shoe, her gestures and attitudes which moves us and attracts us towards her. Juan Clará Ayats. Olot (Gerona), 6.XII.1875 - Paris (France), II.1958. Sculptor Student of José Berga at the Olot School of Fine Arts, developed his training in France, first at the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse, in 1896, and from 1901 in Paris. At this stage he lived with his younger brother, José Clará...
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1920s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

"A Girl Climbed on a Stool Holding a Doll", 20th Century Bronze by Juan Clará
Located in Madrid, ES
JUAN CLARÁ AYATS Spanish, 1878 - 1958 A GIRL CLIMBED ON A STOOL HOLDING A DOLL signed "Juan Clara" (on the stool seat) bronze figure 12-1/4 x 3-1/2 X 3-3/8 inches (31 X 9 X 8.5 cm.) PROVENANCE Private Collector, France Art Nouveau bronze sculpture depicting a young girl standing on a stool with a doll in her right hand, and a shovel on the left hand, the bucket dropped on the stool seat. José Clará...
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1920s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

"A Girl Sitting on a High Chair" 20th Century Bronze Sculpture by Juan Clará
Located in Madrid, ES
JUAN CLARÁ AYATS Spanish, 1878 - 1958 A GIRL SITTING ON A HIGH CHAIR signed "Juan Clara" (on the back of the chair ) bronze figure 8-3/4 x 7-1/8 x 4-3/4 inches (22 X 18 X 12 cm.) PROVENANCE Private Spanish Collector A young girl sitting on a high chair, with a naughty attitude that wants to escape from the high chair. She is making a great effort to get rid of the bars of the high chair, just as her whole body accompanies her to this effort. The candid and innocent attitude of the girl, but at the same time fun and mocking we love and conquer. Juan Clará Ayats. Olot (Gerona), 6.XII.1875 - Paris (France), II.1958. Sculptor Student of José Berga at the Olot School of Fine Arts, developed his training in France, first at the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse, in 1896, and from 1901 in Paris. At this stage he lived with his younger brother, José Clará...
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1920s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Nouveau French Cameo Glass 'Umbels Vase' by Emile Gallé, Nancy - 40 cm
Located in Paris, FR
Emile GALLE Tall Cameo Glass Vase with Umbels ornaments Crafted in Nancy (Lorraine) c. 1905 Bearing Galle signature in cameo Made of white opalesce...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Glass

"Art Nouveau Bronze Sculptural of a Boy and Girl", 20th Century by Juan Clará
Located in Madrid, ES
JUAN CLARÁ AYATS Spanish, 1878 - 1958 ART NOUVEAU SCULPTURAL BRONZE OF A BOY AND GIRL signed "Juan Clara" (on the lower left ) sculptural bronze 4-3/8 x 4-3/8 x 3-1/2 inches (11 X 11 X 9 cm.) PROVENANCE Private Spanish Collector Art Nouveau Bronze sculpture representing a boy and a girl sitting on a stool in a funny and surprised attitude to something they are seeing. Sgned "Juan Clará" lower left with the foundry seal and marks on the right side of the bench Juan Clará Ayats. Olot (Gerona), 6.XII.1875 - Paris (France), II.1958. Sculptor Student of José Berga at the Olot School of Fine Arts, developed his training in France, first at the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse, in 1896, and from 1901 in Paris. At this stage he lived with his younger brother, José Clará...
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1920s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Nouveau French Cameo Glass 'Convolvulus Vase' by Emile Gallé, Nancy - 32 cm
Located in Paris, FR
Emile GALLE Tall Cameo Glass Vase with Convolvulus ornaments Crafted in Nancy (Lorraine) c. 1915 Bearing Galle signature with a star in cameo (the s...
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1910s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Glass

"A Girl Sitting on a Stool Tying Her Shoe", 20th Century Bronze by Juan Clará
Located in Madrid, ES
JUAN CLARÁ AYATS Spanish, 1878 - 1958 A GIRL SEATED ON A STOOL TYING HER SHOE signed "Juan Clara" and stamped A.G. Paris (on the stool ) bronze figure 6-3/8 x 3 x 4 inches (16 X 7.5 X 10 cm.) PROVENANCE Private Collector, France Gilded bronze sculpture of Art Nouveau style, depicting a little girl sitting on a sidewalk tying her shoe. The plasticity that Juan Clará achieves with the bronze when shaping this beautiful little sculpture is wonderful. We notice the effort that the little girl is making to put on her shoe, her gestures and attitudes which moves us and attracts us towards her. Juan Clará Ayats. Olot (Gerona), 6.XII.1875 - Paris (France), II.1958. Sculptor Student of José Berga at the Olot School of Fine Arts, developed his training in France, first at the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse, in 1896, and from 1901 in Paris. At this stage he lived with his younger brother, José Clará...
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1920s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

"A Girl Bust" 20th Century Bronze Sculpture by Spanish Artist Juan Clará Ayats
Located in Madrid, ES
JUAN CLARÁ AYATS Spanish, 1878 - 1958 A GIRL BUST signed "Juan Clara" and Buenos Aires stamp mark (on the back ) bronze figure 6-3/8 x 4-1/8 x 4-1/8 inches (16 x 10.5 x 10.5 cm.) 8 x 4-1/8 x 4-1/8 inches (20 x 10.5 x 10.5 cm.) base included PROVENANCE Private Spanish Collector Art Noveau bronze...
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1920s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

"Art Nouveau Sculptural Bronze Group of Children", 20th Century by Juan Clará
Located in Madrid, ES
JUAN CLARÁ AYATS Spanish, 1878 - 1958 ART NOUVEAU BRONZE GROUP OF CHILDREN signed "Juan Clara" (lower right on the bench) bronze sculpter group 4-3/4 x 6 x 3-1/2 inches (12 X 15 X 9 cm.) PROVENANCE Private Spanish Collector Juan Clará's Art Nouveau bronze sculptural group representing two boys and a girl sitting on a bench in a funny and surprise attitude to something they are seeing. Juan Clará's Art Nouveau bronze sculptural group representing two boys and a girl sitting on a bench in a funny and surprise attitude to something they are seeing. Juan Clará Ayats. Olot (Gerona), 6.XII.1875 - Paris (France), II.1958. Sculptor Student of José Berga at the Olot School of Fine Arts, developed his training in France, first at the School of Fine Arts in Toulouse, in 1896, and from 1901 in Paris. At this stage he lived with his younger brother, José Clará...
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1920s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Agathon Léonard Art Nouveau Bronze "Danseuse au flambeaux"
Located in Berlin, DE
Awesome Art Nouveau sculpture by Agathon Léonard ( Lille 1841-1923 Paris ). Gilded bronze, circa 1900. Signed on the back: A Léonard sclp and foundry...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Woman with Two Borzoi Dogs
Located in Saratoga Springs, NY
Monumental, Art Nouveau, Bronze Sculpture – Anonymous (20th Century) “Woman with Two Borzoi Dogs” 6 feet 7 inches high x 3 feet 3 inches wide x 2 feet 5 inches wide Medium: Silvered, patinaed and painted bronze Provenance: Maxwell House...
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1930s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Nouveau French Cameo Glass 'Umbels Vase' by Emile Gallé, Nancy - 63cm High
Located in Paris, FR
Emile GALLE Tall Cameo Glass Vase with Umbels ornaments Crafted in Nancy (Lorraine) c. 1905 Bearing Galle signature in cameo Made of white opalescen...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Glass

Female Relief Plaque
By Henri Cros
Located in Chicago, IL
HENRI CROS (1840-1907) Female Relief Plaque, polychrome enameled stoneware, c. 1895; signed in black ink verso: “H. Cros”, and a scrap of paper from A.A. Hebrard, Paris attached verso; measuring h: 11.25 x w: 9.38 inches. The symbolist bust in relief of a nude young woman with strawberry blonde hair is a depiction of pensive reverie. With lips slightly pursed, she is lost in thought, looking inward. The female visage hovering just over the nude’s shoulder, perhaps an allusion to a fountain, is by contrast flat and lifeless. With lips parted to reveal a watery blue orifice and wavy tresses of hair blending into a watery expanse, the purely decorative nature of the fountain’s face...
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1890s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Stoneware, Glaze

Emile Galle Monumental Cameo Vase, Art Nouveau 28 inches tall
Located in Miami, FL
Great price! Wonderfully intricate grape and vine motif. It creates a dominant presence in person. This is a statement piece It's on sale for a limited time only. Incredible v...
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Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Glass

Jeune Fille sur L'oreiller (Young Girl on Pillow) /// Art Nouveau Auguste Moreau
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: (after) Auguste Moreau (French, 1834-1917) Title: "Jeune Fille sur L'oreiller (Young Girl on Pillow)" *Signed in the cast "A. Moreau" on pillow, behind the model. It is also ...
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1930s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Bronze

Taro Leaves and Dragonfly Bud Vase
Located in Kansas City, MO
Artist : Genevieve E. Flynn Title : Taro Leaves and Dragonfly Bud Vase Materials : Argentium Silver Date : 2017 Dimensions : 7 x 4 in. (diameter base) Description : Dragonflies have always intrigued Flynn. Throughout the summer, Flynn watches from her workbench window, the life cycle of dragonflies that circulates her pond. The concept of the vase comes from Flynn's adoration of antique bud vases...
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2010s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Silver

Flowers I
Located in Kansas City, MO
Artist : Rimas VisGirda Title : P247 Flowers I Materials : Ceramic Date : 2017 Dimensions : 5.25x5.25x5.25 in. Description : Porcelain (bisque) Thrown Underglaze, wax inlay line Glaz...
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2010s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Granite, Gold

Cobalt Whiskey Cups
Located in Kansas City, MO
Artist: Rachel Hubbard Kline Title : Cobalt Whiskey Cups Materials : Porcelain, Underglaze, Glaze, Luster Date : 2018 Dimensions : 4" x 3.25" x 3.25" Descr...
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2010s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Ceramic, Clay, Luster, Porcelain, Stoneware, Glaze, Underglaze

Steam Cultivator Whiskey Jug
Located in Kansas City, MO
Artist: Rachel Hubbard Kline Title : Steam Cultivator Whiskey Jug Materials : Stoneware, underglaze, glaze, decals, luster Date : 2017 Dimensions : 7.5" x ...
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2010s Art Nouveau Sculptures

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Ceramic, Clay, Luster, Stoneware, Glaze, Underglaze

La Cothurne
Located in Missouri, MO
"La Cothurne" 1901 Gilt Bronze Approx 21.5" High (to raised hand) Signed and Dated Foundry Mark "Susse Freres" Originally modeled in white biscuit porcelain this Greek dancer is a from a set of eight created for a dining table. They were immediately successful when they were exhibited in the Sevres pavilion at the 1900 Exhibition. Individual figures could be ordered and "La Cothurne" proved the most popular. Their success led to the firm of Susse buying the right to cast versions in metal. Agathon Leonard (1841-1923) is one of the well-known French Art Nouveau sculptors. Born in Lille in 1841, he first studied there before moving to Paris where he studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts under Eugene Delaplanche. He gained recognition at the annual Expositiones Universelles, winning a Silver Medal there in 1889 and gold in 1900. His most important piece, Jeu L'echarpe, was the best known series of Sevres production at the turn of the century and sold out at the 1900 Expo in Paris and later was given as a gift by the French Gov't to Nicholas II at the Hermitage. His bronzes were cast at the Susse Freres Editeurs Foundry. He worked also in marble, quartz and ivory. He also produced Art Nouveau medallions...
Category

Early 1900s Art Nouveau Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

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