Bronze with a nuanced brownish green patina.
Raised on a fine black Belgian marble base.
cast by L.N.J.L. (Les Neveux de J. Lehmann)
total height 33 cm
total length 75,5 cm
André Vincent Becquerel (1893-1981) was a French sculptor. He studied at the Fine arts School in Paris, under the direction of Hector Lemaire and Prosper Lecourtier. He exhibited at the Salon of the Society of French Artists from 1914 to 1922. He executed many decorative sculptures, including animal subjects, with a preference for wild animals. During the Universal Exhibition of 1937 in Paris, Becquerel exhibited a monumental sculpture in patinated plaster for the International Pavilion.
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