Sculpture of a boy signed "C Luini" from Roman Bronze Works studios, Ny. measures 15 1/2" high
Roman Bronze works studios was established in 1897 by Riccardo Bertelli, it was the first American foundry to specialize in the lost-wax casting method, and was the country's pre-eminent art foundry during the American Renaissance.
Circa 1800, A bronze sculpture of a Satyr waking from a nap by French sculptor, Michel Clodion (1738-1814). Signed "clodion" as you see in pictures. measures 23 1/2" high
Modern sculpture crafted by the now defunct HK Bronze Studios, signed "HK 81". This piece was created by their artists in 1981. this surrealistic Bronze Sculpture will complement any modern decor.
Bronze head of an Ife Queen Mother Benin (lost wax) technique with natural patina. In African art, the Ifé art is characterised by a nice balance of lines, a blatant realism, and with this serenity which seems to emanate from kings or queens.
Dimensions 8.0ʺW × 8.0ʺD × 20.0ʺH