Art Deco Statues for Sale: French, Bronze, Marble, Le Verrier, Le Faguays, Hugonnet, Limousin, Lorraine, Nancy
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No reason to keep these guys frozen in the Arctic anymore. Nice metal Art Deco Polar Bears bookends, French circa 1930′s.
Both with original marble bases.
Just like mother nature intended. These little squirrels are munching away on a little acorn. Both with the big bushy tails you expect to see, both on nice marble bases. Signed on the statue Ledule, Metal and original French Style circa 1930′s.
Fun pair of Happy Elephants bookends. Rather cubist shape on a nice marble base. These little ones are sitting up straight ready to serve the most astute reading needs!
Nice original French Art Deco Modernist bookends. Three stepped wood columns all crowned with chrome balls set off this stunning design. Chrome base to pull it all together. All original circa 1930′s.
Very interesting cubist style cat bookends. Nice Nickel finished over metal with a stoic posture, overlooking your world. Made in France circa 1930′s with nice marble base.
Very realistic country squirrels in a natural posture eating nuts. Nice petite bronze quality squirrel bookends on marble base. Beautiful original patina.
Bookends, made in France.
Great example of Art Deco Statue by Marcel Bouraine, cold painted bronze/enamel of stylized deco Pheasant. Original marble with Bouraine signature on the right corner.. Great patina with silvered detail, echoes of geometric, triangular stylized modernist design.
MARCEL BOURAINE ,
BORN IN POINTOISE , FRANCE, A SCULPTOR OF THE EARLY 20TH. CENTURY, HE EXHIBITED IN THE SALON DES ARTISTES, IN PARIS THE SALON D’ AUTUMN AND TUILERIES, DURING THE 1920 “, LISTED ARTIST IN BENEZIT ….HIS STYLE THE ART DECO LADY, WITH SOME EXAMPLES ILLUSTRATED IN ‘ART DECO AND OTHER FIGURES ‘BY BRYAN CATLEY, AS A SCULPTOR OF THE ART DECO PERIOD, HE IS ONE OF THE MOST COLLECTED, WORKING IN BRONZE, BRONZE AND IVORY, MARBLE AND TERRA COTTA. BOURAINE ALSO EXHIBITED LAMPS WITH THE FEMALE FORM. HE FAVORED STRIKING SILVERED BRONZE PATINA OR A GREEN COLORATION ALSO INCORPORATING THE USE OF COLORED ENAMEL IN SOME CASES.
This beautiful art deco statue is by Josef or Joseph Lorenzl who is one of the most collected, popular and prolific sculptors known during the Art Deco period. His work is very high quality and synonymous with the style we attribute to and so specifically call Art Deco. This piece particularly has quite a unique posture, showing the nude ballet dancer in motion. This is a wonderful example of the artist’s work, it is bronze, the style is fluid, the finger, hands and feet have incredible detail, as does the hair and her lovely face. The is a very graceful Art Deco lady and certainly would look stunning in your proper place. Maybe best known for the scarf dancer, but he has executed many stylized bronzes, represented in just about every book on Art Deco. He also is well known for his work in ceramic for the Goldscheider company. This piece was recently released from a personal collection kept for over 25 years.
A wonderful Art Deco statue with a stunning exotic two-tone marble base. Beautiful condition, re-silvered petite bronze metal. A young classic woman running with hair and dress flowing. She is leading two collard streamline greyhound dogs. Great movement and details throughout, from her flowing hair, dress and even the faces on the dogs. A substantial piece we have the pleasure offering. This piece is signed, Geo Maxim, artist working in Paris circa 1930′s
This iconic Art Deco sculpture was created by Jean de Roncourt, the most famous French sculptor of the male figure in the 1920s and 1930s. Entitled Le Bendeur (or, in English, The Bender), it depicts an athletic man dressed in a loincloth bending a large metal rod by hand. This sculpture is widely regarded as de Roncourt’s best work. The petite bronze metal has beautiful patina, it is impressive not only because of its unusually large size, but also for the quality of the sculpting. Wonderful base with black marble and signed on the marble base base: J De Roncourt.
This wonderful Airplane or called Gyroplane made in France is in very good condition. Nice nickel plating with some tarnishing to the nickel plating on the Gyroscope. The box is not perfect, but is intact with instructions and all parts are complete. During this great period of aviation, toys like these were produced but few survive in this remarkable condition.
Very original wooden and chrome model of a four engined plane, it’s a good looking piece with lots of nice details. Fuselage and engines are carved from solid Walnut with chrome propellers , it’s in very good condition, stands on a metal chrome supported by a stylized landscape of wooden clouds.
A large and superb French Art Deco Bronze depicting kneeling nude young girl figure with her Borzoi dog by J.Lormier. Modeled as the young girl knelt down petting her dog, beautifully sculpted and cast in Bronze with a silvered and cold painted finish. Beautiful sharp details to the face, geometric bobbed hair and hands displaying the work of a highly skilled sculptor. On a large stepped Portoro Nero marble base which has some slight nibbling on the corners but of fabulous quality.We have had other works by this important French artist, check out other statues on our site item #1478.
Being offered is a wonderful statue of a warrior with shield and sword. Appears to have been won in a “challenge” or given as gift to someone named Bernard Delbecque, French or Belgian (bronze plaque on the front). The statue is artist signed by Kowatz, a sculptor from the Art Deco period who was known in France. The figure is certainly in the style depicting the figural male athletes and or warrior figures that might have been done between the two world wars and the European Olympics. This was a very prolific time for muscular men of mythic proportions. The piece sits boldly on a an original black Belgian marble base and is in excellent original condition. Artist paid great attention to the detail: please look at the feet and hands.
Presented here is one of the finest sculptures we have had to date. It is the epitomy of great Art Deco design, showing all the signs of a classic, both in style, quality and presence. This is Diana the Huntress, a theme often repeated in Art Deco folklore. What makes this piece so great: It has the style, the size and all the elements. First, the quality is great, brass metal with special green patina, very heavy and all well made. Secondly, the movement of the pieces shows the elegance of what we understand as style, substance equalling Art Deco. Diana is in a wonderful pose, one leg up with the most fluid bow shape I’ve seen on a sculpture. As she effortlessly shoots the leaping Antelope, whose antlers also grace and compliment the angled stepped concrete cast base.
The designer, most likely is Max Le Verrier, it is from the foundry where he was so famous for creating the epic Art Deco sculptures now associated with this great Art Deco period in France. Circa 1930′s. The base was made by the artist “Demarco” who was known for producing these kind of bases and also as artist in his own right working with this kind of material.
The running man with Borzoi dogs, the movement of the man and dogs reminiscent of the great male statue known by Jean de Roncourt. This one is signed L. Valderi on the base, an artist also known for this kind of work. Fabulous piece in the spirt of so many strong men and the Diana statues created and see during this prolific Art Deco period of strength and movement. Circa 1930 cast metal with a bronze patina in excellent condition and one of the finest two-tiered portoro marble with green marble inlay.
This stunning all original statue made of pure white marble, shows so much grace, talent and sophistication. The Art Deco beauty is rendered by the hands of a master: Joe Descomps whose worked is extremely sought after, often imitated and copied. He is well known for Bronze statues and working with ivory as well. The nice thing about owning a real marble statue, there is only one, it is never a casted piece but done by the hand of the artist. Look at the gentle smile, the details of the back, feet and hand positions. Also she is wonderfully draped to cover her breast, all so neatly separated. I think I am in love (for real)! Completed around 1920. This is guaranteed original and she is fantastic.
Beautifully hand carved from Solid Macassar Ebony. The sculptor has made great use of the woods’ decorative grain along the animals flowing lines, in a stalking position on thick heavy pieces of chrome plated bronze which is then mounted on a solid Macassar Ebony base. Very heavy, great quality and extremely stylish pair of 1920′s or 1930′s French Art Deco solid Macassar Ebony and chromed bronze book with cubist stylized foxes nice overall shine! Deceptively heavy for their size they would look fantastic on a modernist desk or just to burrow up to your favorite books.
A wonderful rendering from the tale of Leda and the Swan. Love finds its place all over the world and in many forms. This is a beautiful sculpture rendered in white bronze or metal with a wonderful rich patina, allowing color and texture to define the relationship of Leda and her friend. Executed by French artist Neva and signed in the corner on the black Belgium marble. All over in excellent original condition and a very substantial size.
Here is chance to own a real treasure. One of kind and brilliantly carved white marble. This piece depicts a beautiful Venus inspired woman in a Greek Art Deco pose, naked and free (well not really free). She is yours to fall in love with. Very impressive size 23″ tall. A wonderful material and something that we do have a chance to acquire due to its rarity, uniqueness (one of kind) and historical significance. The sculptor Marius Sain has many books written on his work and is listed in every important European and American art reference book (Benezit).
A very interesting and nicely carved Art Deco wooden model of a pre war mono winged airplane that looks to have been inspired by the Bleriot 111 of 1930 . Lovely solid Rosewood fuselage and wings with bronze propellor and cockpit detail, the hand carved mountain top over which it’s flying is made from solid Oak and really sets it off nicely. I have never seen this model before, after having sold many over the years.
This wonderful and sexy boudoir piece by Austrian sculptor. S. Bauer. Executed in brown patinated bronze with gold details represents this rather inquisitive carefree dancer. Her body is well formed and the lyrical style of body and arm posture, exemplifies the style of the period. Very good original condition on black Belgian marble base.
Very unique original green patinated bronze statue by French artist Pierre LeFaguays of three men holding up an urn on a black Belgian marble base. This sculpture in theatrical style may have been a maquette for a larger piece, done for an expostion. The detail of three men is quite good and the era of the piece is between 1925-1930.
It is in original finish and shows just a bit of wear, but is in excellent condition overall.
A most unusual and beautifully articulated French Art Deco Sculpture lamp signed “Limousin”.
The spectacular jazz age base lights up, illuminating exceptionally fine sculptures of two women. Hand applied gilding adds wonderful character to this stunning piece.
Limousin is the region in France where the piece was designed and made. It is typical for ceramics, glass and sculpture to bear the name of the region (such as Lorraine, Nancy, Sevres or Limousin) rather than the name of a specific artist.
Be sure to zoom in on the photos to see the manner in which the hands, face and feet were detailed. That is a mark of an outstanding statue and wouldn’t this one be just perfect in your home?
We acquired this French 1930s bronze sculpture by Pierre Le Faguays (1892-1935) from a private French collector who told us that he originally bought the sculpture in the 1950′s while shopping in Porte de Clignancourt. This is an important and artistically executed bronze statue of a beautiful nude female with draping named “Ondine”. The enchanting, realistic face, the hands and the feet of this sculpture are intricately detailed and the (hefty!) bronze has taken on a gorgeous patina with age. The elaborate geometric stepped marble base consists at least 5 different kinds of marble. It is stunning in its own right and looks as though it were built for a 1930s Hollywood movie set. Needless to say, it’s the perfect platform for this stunning beauty.
I’m really drawn these unusual bookends. They possess a quintessential Scottie silhouette with “drawing-like” dimensional details. They’re carved from wood and as such, have an expectedly warm feel to them. They’re commanding, yet adorable. Yes, somehow, they’re just right. A loving, 1930s French Art Deco tribute to “Man’s Best Friend”. One of the two bookends is signed by the French artist/sculptor – U.J. Bornes.
The bookends are made of wood and stained a deep mahogany color. They sit obediently on a wooden base finished with black lacquer
This spectacular and very heavy brass and bronze plate with a deep, rich patina is actually more of a sculpture than it is a plate. Depicted is a nautical scene of a majestic and beautiful sailing ship surrounded by seven seagulls. It was created and signed by Pierre Le Faguays (1892-1925).
A gorgeous French clock with garniture to match, circa 1920′s. Made of pink and green marble with decorative nickled-bronze. These pieces are exquisitely crafted, and would be a beautiful addition to your home.