Bronze xix, marcel bouraine 1886/1948, nude elongated. Around 1920, bronze in perfect condition, brown patina on black marble base. Bouraine, artist referenced and side. Width 50 cm, height 35 cm, depth 20 cm, weight 20 kg.
Marcel andré bouraine 1886 / 1948. Sculptor born in pontoise working in the 20th century. He has exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français, the Salon d'Autumn and the Salon des Tuileries since 1922. He studied sculpture under the direction of joseph-alexander falguière. Captured by the Germans during the First World War, he was interned in Swiss.
Back in Paris, he exhibited at the tile fair in 1922. After beginnings still impregnated by academicism, a bouraine was revealed in the 1925s as one of the most representative sculptors of art deco. Bouraine is a member of the French artists' society and participates in the fall fair. In 1928 he collaborated with gabriel argy-rousseau who commissioned him several sculptures, as well as with his friend stone the faguays. He also exhibited two monumental sculptures at the 1937 universal exhibition in Paris.
Source benezit and stone kjellberg, dictionary of sculptors: bronzes of the 19th century, editions of the amateur, 1997. Bronze visible at our gallery on the sorgue (france), on the weekend. And on a quote for the foreigner. The item "Bronze xix, marcel bouraine 1886/1948, nude elongated around 1920, art deco" has been on sale since Saturday, August 8, 2020.
It is in the category "art, antiques\art of xixe and before\sculptures, statues". The seller is "galerie-artables" and is located in/avignon. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.