Pair Of Animal Bronzes Attributed To Isidore Bonheur
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Pair of animal bronzes with brown patina representing bovids.
XIXth century period
The realism of the muscles and bones, the perception of emotions, make it possible to attribute these bronzes to Isidore Bonheur (1827- 1901)
Brother of Rosa Bonheur, a very famous painter, he began his career both as a painter and a sculptor.
But, on the occasion of a Salon, he definitely turns to animal sculpture.
He will notably obtain the Gold Medal at the Universal Exhibition of 1889.
These works are notably exhibited at the Musée d'Orsay and the Quai Branly.
Dimensions: Width 8.5 cm; Height 5.5 cm
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