Sculpture in bronze with double patina, golden and brown
"The Fight of Roosters" (Old Flemish tradition)
Signed on the terrace Paul Chevré 1866-1914
Representing a young boy holding a rooster in his right hand, the second at his feet (Old Flemish tradition)
Bears the stamp of the founder JOLLET & CIE BRONZES PARIS old house COLIN
Standing on an oval base in molded walnut
In very good condition, weight 31 kg
Early 20th century (between 1906 and 1911 according to the founder's stamp)
*Paul Romain CHEVRÉ French sculptor born in Brussels of French parents on July 5, 1866 and died in Asnières sur Seine on February 20, 1914
*JOLLET &CIE- around 1906-1907/1923
Around 1906/1907 the company changes again of owner and becomes " Jollet &CIE ", while keeping, the appellation: " Ancienne Maison Colin " at least until 1911, date at which Jollet does not publish any more advertisement that to its name.
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