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Bronze Bust E.Boermel By Adolf Karl Brutt 1910 Germany H.Gladenbeck & Son

$1,250.00
Grand tour green patina bronze bust of a scholar  Eugen Boermel/Bormel set on Italian green onyx column with a square base. Stamped  with a signature of the Sculptor and Foundry mark on the back. Bronze bust is in excellent condition. Few minute flea bites on the square onyx base. Size : square base 2 1/8” x 2 1/8” sqr., overall height 6 5/8” Sculptor : Adolf – Karl Brutt 1855-1940 Husym Foundry : H. Gladenbeck & Son. Berlin Germany Eugen Boermel /Bormel was a German Sculptor, Writer and inventor. Born: March 27, 1858 in Koigsberg Germany

Bronze Bust William Shakespeare Grand Tour By Adolf Karl Brutt 1910 Germany H.Gladenbeck & Son

$1,895.00
Grand tour brown bronze bust of a William Shakespeare, set on Italian green onyx column with a square base. Stamped with a signature of the Sculptor and Foundry mark on the back. Sculptor : Adolf – Karl Brutt 1855-1940 Husym Foundry : H. Gladenbeck & Son. Berlin Germany Bust is in excellent original condition , few minute flea bites to the square base, no cracks, no chips. Size : Square base 2 1/8" x 2 1/8" , H 6 5/8" including the square base. William Shakespeare was an English poet, playwright, and actor, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's greatest dramatist. He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon". Born: April 1564, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom Died: April 23, 1616, Stratford-upon-Avon, United Kingdom Bronze and onyx all in very good original condition. Size : 2"w x 2"D x 7"H  

Bronze Sculpture “Mask of Tragedy” by Leon Pilet 1910. France 1839-1916

$2,250.00
1910 Bronze Sculpture “Mask of Tragedy” on a marble base by Leon Pilet. France 1839-1916. Bronze sculptural figure of a classical woman, entitled "Mask of Tragedy." She sits cross-legged and wears a traditional Roman robe, one hand rest on her knee and in the other she holds a mask of tragedy. The stool she sits has the signature "L. Pilet" French artist 1839-1916. The bronze sculpture is in very good condition for its age, no chips or breakage to the marble base. Size: 12" H x 13"W x 6" D

Friedrich Gornik (Austrian, 1877-1943) Bronze Sculpture. Seated Camel. 1923

$1,850.00

A lovely bronze sculptural object. We have available a Bronze figure of a seated Camel, in a naturalistic style, signed and dated F. Gornik 1923. Gornik (1877-1943) Austrian. Visible on the side of the bronze is the Berndorf foundry stamp (Austria). It measures 5 ¾” L  x 3 ¼” W x 3 ½” H. and is in excellent condition, casting is superb!

Friedrich Gornik attended a technical school in Villach before he studied and worked for a year with Theodor Charlemont in Vienna. Afterwards (1897-1905) he studied at the Vienna School of Arts and Crafts, which he completed with a travel scholarship. At an exhibition in Villach in 1903, he presented his works, including ceramic animal representations, partly for lighting fixtures, as well as designs for vases and bowls. Subsequently, Gornik created large animal figures in plaster, which were cast by other artists and were inspired by his own zoological studies in the Schönbrunn Zoo. A naturalistic horse group, the Troika, was bought by Emperor Franz Joseph I and is now in the imperial villa in Bad Ischl.

Schmidt Hofer (1873-1925) Berlin, Germany. Bronze figure of a Bowler. Art Deco Period.

$1,895.00

An antique Art Deco bronze sculpture by Schmidt Hofer. This is a superbly cast bronze figure of a standing male in the position of a bowler about to roll a bowling ball, on a black-toned marble pedestal. The details of the figure's shirt and hands are skillfully rendered. The figure is signed Schmidt Hofer on the top of the base and there is an illegitimate Foundry mark, probably the mark of 'Deutsche Bronze' on the side of the base.

This Bronze is in excellent condition, with a few minor chips to the base and one small chip on the top of the marble pedestal, very appropriate for its age.

Bronze : 2" w x 3 01/4" l x 7 1/2" h.

With  pedestal : 2 3/4" w x 4 1/2" l x 10 1/2" h

Otto Schmidt-Hofer born in Berlin 1873  was a German sculptor who worked during the late 19th century and early 20th century. His work was primarily Neoclassical and Art Nouveau between 1893-1914 and Art Deco from 1915 until his death in 1925 Berlin , Germany.