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19th and early 20th-century paintings and sculpture
This bronze art cast in lost wax bears the foundry mark of Susse Frères. It has a dark brown patina with green reflections.
Title : Andromeda (Naked woman on a rock)
Dimensions : 20 cm (h).
Material: Bronze Cast
Foundry mark: "Cire perdue Susse Frères Paris".
Gabrielle-Jeanne Brichard was a French sculptor born towards the end of the XIX? century in Nantes. She was a member of the Société du Salon des Artistes Français, from which she received an honourable mention in 1908. There she presented a particularly sensual Andromeda, which was later published by Susse frères and met with great success.
At the 1913 Salon, she presented a bust. She continued to exhibit at the Salon, but from 1920 to 1922 under the name Bedell-Brichard.
In addition to the statue of Andromeda, over the years she presented a nude bather on a rock, a nude young boy, an apple seller and a nude young couple.
Source: Bénézit, Dictionnaire des peintres sculpteurs dessinateurs et graveurs, Gründ, 2006, p.1240.
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3 800 €