Bronze Frieze

Bronze Frieze


Bronze Frieze

 


Bronze


Bronze

Persius and Medusa  Solid bronze statue on stepped rose marble base.


Bronze Pillars

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pair 19th Century Italian Bronze Pillars. Approximately 8 feet tall.


Bronze Incense Burner

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Chiparus Bronze

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“Star Fish” by Demétre Haralamb Chiparus

Demétre Haralamb Chiparus (1886–1947) was a Romanian Art Deco era sculptor who lived and worked in Paris, France. He was one of the most important sculptors of the Art Deco era.


Chiparus Bronze and Ivory

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“Russian Dancers” by Demétre Haralamb Chiparus

Demétre Haralamb Chiparus (1886–1947) was a Romanian Art Deco era sculptor who lived and worked in Paris, France. He was one of the most important sculptors of the Art Deco era.


Bronze Incense Burner

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Frémiet Bronze

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Emmanuel Frémiet (1824 –1910) was a French sculptor. He is famous for his sculpture of Joan of Arc in Paris (and its “sister” statues in Philadelphia and Portland, Oregon) and the monument to Ferdinand de Lesseps in Suez. The noted sculptor Pierre-Nicolas Tourgueneff was one of many students who learned sculpture under the tutelage of Frémiet.

In 1894, Fremiet was chosen to make the statue to crown the arrow of the abbey of Mont-Saint-Michel.He was then a famous sculptor since the installation of his Joan of Arc place of the Pyramids in Paris in 1874. With her, he founded a new realism showing a willingness to describe until the meticulousness, where the sense of Precision is combined with a true archaeological quest. In the almost Baroque style of Raphael, he prefers the severe iconography of the Middle Ages. Fremiet thus develops a didactic art and avoids the pathos, animated by the double passion of history and science.
It was first in the form of a statuette dedicated to commercial reproduction that he had created his Saint Michel in 1879. 


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About The Curator

Carol Seelig Eastman is the Executive Director and Chief Curator of The Knohl Collection. In this role, she passionately explores the artist’s personal, social, and political world and places their art in a meaningful historical context. Her thematic exhibitions provide visual and educational stimulation that attract and engage a diverse museum audience.