Chryselephantine statue bronze and ivory, representing Figaro dressed in a flamboyant costume and giving a serenade. Late nineteenth century, monogrammed and numbered, signature on the base, on the base a cartridge: Figaro by Bouret (Mentioned at the Salon). Great precision of details in the carving of bronze and the carving of ivory, the patina is of nuanced silver brown origin and old gold. Very nice general condition, wear of age and some hair in the ivory (visible in the photos)
Eutrope Bouret born in Paris (1833/1906) student of the sculptor Buhot, member of the Society of French Artists, his works were exhibited at the Salon from 1875 to 1903.
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