Charles Valton (1851-1918) - foundry E.Colin & Cie - a recumbent lioness, Sculpture - Bronze - Approx. 1900

Description
Charles Valton (1851-1918) - foundry E.Colin & Cie - a recumbent lioness, Sculpture - Bronze - Approx. 1900
France

French sculptor known for his works created in an animalist style from the 19th century movement that showed animals in active poses with a realistic anatomy. He created small-scale models of the African wildlife, including lions, tigers, jaguars, etc.

He was born on the 26th of January of 1851 in Pau, in France.
Valton's work was exhibited regularly in the Paris salons between 1868 and 1914.

He died in 1918 in Paris.

Lot details
Object
a recumbent lioness, Sculpture
Material
Bronze
Designer/ Artist
Charles Valton (1851-1918)
Manufacturer/ Brand
foundry E.Colin & Cie
Estimated Period
Approx. 1900
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
15×10×21 cm
Weight
3 kg
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