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Daniel Bacqué (1874-1947) - Bust of a Woman Wearing a Headdress
Ref : 103463
10 000 €
Period :
20th century
Artist :
Daniel Bacqué (1874-1947)
Provenance :
Medium :
Bronze and Portor Marble
Dimensions :
l. 7.09 inch X H. 33.46 inch X P. 7.09 inch
Galerie Michel Giraud

Decorative and modern Art

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Daniel Bacqué (1874-1947) - Bust of a Woman Wearing a Headdress

Dark patinated bronze proof with damascened headdress.
Cast during the artist’s lifetime, marked B
Original base plated with Portor marble.
Signed of the back: “D. Bacqué”
Monogrammed: “DB” and numbered 4
Foundry’s stamp: “La Stele”
Circa 1920-25

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Originally from Lot-et-Garonne, the sculptor settles in Paris where he becomes Bourdelle’s student. From 1900, he frequently exhibits at the Salon des Artistes Français. He is granted a third class medal in 1901, a second class medal in 1911 and finally the gold medal in 1922. He receives many public commissions, in particular for war memorials after First World War (in Nevers, Agen, Lavardac, Vianne, Aiguillon…) as well as for monumental sculptures in various cities. For the 1937 International Exposition of Art and Technology in Modern Life in Paris, he creates in situ a monumental work entitled “The Woman” in sandstone. Which can still be seen today above the Trocadero basins in Paris.

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