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Creator: Maximilien Louis Fiot
Louis Maximilien Fiot : "Panthera", Terracota sculpture, edition Susse, C.
By Maximilien Louis Fiot
Located in SAINT-OUEN-SUR-SEINE, FR
Louis Maximilien FIOT (1886-1953, France) : « Lionne à sa toilette » Patinated terracota sculpture of a lioness nobly standing on a rock Old edition by Susse terracota workshop Sig...
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1920s French Aesthetic Movement Vintage Maximilien Louis Fiot Furniture

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Terracotta

Art Deco Silvered Bronze Sculpture Terrier Dog Bust Bookends M. Louis Fiot, 1920
By Maximilien Louis Fiot
Located in Buenos Aires, Olivos
Art Deco West Highland Terrier Bookends by Maximilian Fiot, c. 1920. A superb pair of bronze bookends depicting West Highland terriers in different...
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Early 20th Century French Art Deco Maximilien Louis Fiot Furniture

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Marble, Bronze

Maximilien Louis Fiot 'Fr 1886 - 1953' Combat Des Aigles
By Maximilien Louis Fiot
Located in Dallas, TX
Maximilien Louis Fiot (French, 1886 - 1953) A very large bronze animalier sculpture of combatant eagles in flight above an outcropping or rocks. The Eagles are fighting for their lives with claws dug in and beaks ready to strike. A very moving sculpture by Fiot circa 1920. A great Art Nouveau- Art Deco piece that is extremely rare as most of Fiot’s bronzes. A formidable decorative that will make any room or office make a bold statement! Incised signature on base "M. FIOT". Foundry mark "SUSSE FRERES PARIS" and “Cire Perdue” Dimensions: 28" T. x 33" L. Condition: Very good with original surface and even dark patina. Wear commensurate of age and use. Very heavy. AVANTIQUES is dedicated to providing an exclusive curated collection of Fine Arts, Paintings, Bronzes, Asian treasures, Art Glass and Antiques. Our inventory represents time-tested investment quality items with everlasting decorative beauty. We look forward to your business and appreciate any reasonable offers. All of our curated items are vetted and guaranteed authentic and as described. Avantiques only deals in original antiques and never reproductions. We stand behind our treasures with a full money back return if the items are not as described. Fiot’s parents lived in Paris, however, his mother returned to his father’s native Pressigny, Touraine, to give birth to him. His father’s occupation is not known, but it is probable that he came from a line of modest artists. Fiot began an apprenticeship under the sculptor Prosper Lecourtier, who in turn had studied under Fremiet and had pursued a career as an Animalier sculptor, dogs being his principal speciality. Appropriately, for his first appearance at the ‘Salon des Artistes Français’ in 1904, Fiot exhibited a plaster dog...
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1920s French Art Deco Vintage Maximilien Louis Fiot Furniture

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Bronze

“Fighting Eagles” Modernist Art Deco Bronze Sculpture by Maximilien Fiot & Susse
By Maximilien Louis Fiot, Susse Freres
Located in Shippensburg, PA
"COMBAT D'AIGLES AU-DESSUS D'UN ROCHER" (EAGLES FIGHTING ON A ROCK) BY MAXIMILIEN FIOT (FRENCH, 1886-1953) Signed in cast "M. Fiot"; foundry pastille and inscribed "Susse Fres Ed Par...
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20th Century French Art Deco Maximilien Louis Fiot Furniture

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Maximilien-Louis Fiot Bronze Ducks In Flight Sculpture
By Maximilien Louis Fiot
Located in Dallas, TX
Maximilien-Louis Fiot (1886-1953) Art Nouveau-Art Deco sculpture of Ducks in Flight, patinated cast bronze sculpture mounted on thick Acid etched glass...
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1910s French Art Nouveau Vintage Maximilien Louis Fiot Furniture

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Bronze

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