Bronze with old gilded patina
height 11.5 cm
length of the base 14.8 cm
Alfred Dubucand (1828-1894) is a French animal sculptor who starts to to exhibit regularly from 1867 to the Salon of French Artists, until 1883. According to some authors, he would have been the student of Barye. He won a medal in 1879 for his Persian Cheetah Hunter. Although Dubucand's works sometimes represent characters, often of oriental inspiration, they are in the company of animals.
Dubucand's bronze subjects, all of great realism, with natural poses, have the reputation of being finely chiseled.
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