Late 19th century statuette (1890/1900): David Vainqueur leaning on his sword, the head of the giant Goliath at his feet. Bronze in beautiful state of presentation, cast of high precision in detail, well defined facial features, patina of nuanced origin with wear consistent with its age, castmark of the Paris Bronze Society, monogram AP and numbered, signature Henri Plé on the base. Henri Honoré Plé (1853/1922) active in Paris, pupil of Mathurin Moreau, he excels in historical, biblical or mythology figures, his works are exhibited at the Salon des Artists Français from 1877 until 1914 and at the Universal Exhibition of 1900.
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6 800 €