Louis-Albert Carvin (1875-1951) - Sculpture of two sheepdogs on rock - Zamac - Approx. 1910

Description
Louis-Albert Carvin (1875-1951) - Sculpture of two sheepdogs on rock - Zamac - Approx. 1910
France

A beautiful sculpture of two shepherd dogs on a rock.

It’s made with an eye for detail by the artist Louis-albert Carvin (1875-1951).

The dogs are depicted both seated and standing with concentrated ears, a beautiful natural scene.

It is made of zamak and has a nice bronze-coloured patina

The sculpture comes from France, circa 1910

Details:

Height: 48 cm.
Width: 35 cm.
Depth: 23 cm.
Weight: 6.5 kg

Signature: L. Carvin.

It has minor imperfections and is in good condition, the pictures speak for themselves.

An eye-catching and decorative sculpture!

It will be carefully packaged and sent by registered mail (insured and with track & trace)

Lot details
Object
Sculpture of two sheepdogs on rock
Material
Zamac
Manufacturer/ Brand
Louis-Albert Carvin (1875-1951)
Estimated Period
Approx. 1910
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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