Annibale De Lotto The Crab Bite Large Bronze Seminude Young Boy Sculpture
Annibale De Lotto Large Bronze Fisher boy Sculpture, feature a semi nude young boy figure, a standing fisher boy getting bit by a crab on his foot holding up his right leg, observing the crab bite.
Standing on an oval naturalistic basement with the crab, signed on the back De lotto, by the Italian artist Annibale De Lotto (San Vito di Cadore 1877 – Venezia 1932).
Realized in the early 20th century, there are no foundry marks, it is in good age related condition and comes from a private Milanese collection.
The dark brown patina of this tall almost naked figure is absolutely gorgeous and the cast sculpture is finely detailed and refined, with beautiful twist movement of the bust and great plasticity.
This would look just absolutely beautiful in any setting, especially an entry way or living room. The maximum size from left hand up to right raised foot is 60 cm by 40 cm, whereas the oval basement measures 30 cm by 27.
An outstanding addition for any bronze collector.
height: 97 cm
width: base 27 cm
depth: base 30 cm
Exclusive and unique Italian Art Nouveau hand-forged wrought iron turkey sculpture, a life-size iron masterpiece, a turkey figure fully hand-made in museum quality, after Alessandro Mazzucotelli.
This impressive quality wrought iron work is surely a chef d'oevre by an Italian wrought iron Master of 20th century, of the same School of Mazzucotelli Alessandro, the great Italian Masters of the Art of Wrought Iron, the Italian Art Nouveau artist of wrought iron.
With a natural and original patina, this unique piece is a gobbler figure from Romagna, a Northern Italian region, of Italian origin, may be even a garden element, for a patio, a fine quality iron sculpture dating back to the early 20th century.
This rare statue is a must-have for any iron animal sculptures collectors. Make your home really stand out with this One-of-a-Kind bird!
Height 55.5 cm Width: 69.5 cm Depth: 46 cm
Bronze sculpture of a guard dog on chain titled Prenez Garde au Chien , beware of dog, France, 1878.
Bronze Dog Sculpture signed by the French artist Prosper Lecourtier, Gremilly 1851-Parigi 1924, who is best known for his animal bronzes. This antique bronze figure took part at the Paris Exposition Salon Beaux Arts in 1878, as engraved in the frontal lower oval base.
Good age related condition, dark patina.
A bronze casting child figure of a lovely little girl with a doll in her arms, entitled BAMBOLE, meaning DOLLS, standing on a rectangular green marble basement and dating back to the fascist-era, before the II world war, to 1938 circa. This antique bronze sculpture, signed on the back side R. Zacchetti, by the Italian artist Renzo Zacchetti, shows the Italian title BAMBOLE, engraved on the lower front. With a beautiful brown patina, this casting figure comes from a private house of Milan, it is in perfect condition, except the minor loss, the small missing edge of the frontal corner marble base.
Renzo Zacchetti exhibited at the Palazzo Permanente in Milan, during Fascism period, since 1936, attended the Milan's exhibitions organized by the Sindacato Interprovinciale Fascista delle Belle Arti di Milano and continues the exhibition activities with the reopening of the Permanente Palace, from 1953 to 1972, mainly to social exhibitions and biennials.