Louis-Albert Carvin (1860-1951) - Deer, Sculpture - regulates - Early 20th century

Description
Louis-Albert Carvin (1860-1951) - Deer, Sculpture - regulates - Early 20th century
France

Large spelter deer with bronze patina signed on the base. Carvin is a French animal sculptor trained at the school of fine arts in Paris, pupil of Emmanuel Frémiet and Georges Gardet. Member of the society of French artists, active from the end of the nineteenth century to 1933. His models: deer were one of his specialties, as well as cats, birds, dogs...

Lot details
Object
Deer, Sculpture
Material
regulates
Designer/ Artist
Louis-Albert Carvin (1860-1951)
Estimated Period
Early 20th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
65×19×42 cm
Weight
11 kg
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