Domien Ingels (1881-1946) - Cane, Scultura - Bronzo - circa. 1920

Domien Ingels (1881-1946) - Cane, Scultura - Bronzo - circa. 1920

A finely cast bronze figure of a Riesenschnautzer, mounted on a raised wooden foot on a rectangular marble base for a length of 24cm and weight of 3639g, signed to the base `Dom Ingels´.

Domien Ingels (Gent, 1881-1946) was an accomplished sculptor, particularly of animals, with a preference for greyhounds and working horses such as this one. He shared an atelier with Constant Permeke in the Sint-Elisabethbegijnhof in Ghent. Ingels left a great artistic legacy in his region, amongst others the monumental Ros Beiaard on the De Smet-De Nayerplein in Ghent which was made for the 1913 exhibition, the war monument in Drongen and the statue of King Albert in the Zuidpark of Ghent.

Overall in good condition.

This lot will be carefully packaged and sent by registered and insured mail.

Dettagli lotto
Cane, Scultura
Domien Ingels (1881-1946)
Periodo stimato
circa. 1920
Paese d’origine
In buone condizioni - usato, con piccoli segni dell’età.
22.5×24×12 cm
3639 g
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