Par Théodore Gechter - Sculpture - Bronze - Late 19th century

Description
Par Théodore Gechter - Sculpture - Bronze - Late 19th century
France

Jean-François-Theodore Gechter is a French sculptor, born in Paris in 1795 and died in the same city on 11 December 1844, a student of François Joseph Bosio and Baron Gros.
His first exhibition, which took place in 1824, was focused on classical and mythological subjects. From 1830, he will move on to smaller sculptures and animal themes.

Superb sculpture depicting a wild boar hunter scene accompanied by 3 dogs.
Very nice patina (the photos were taken in different places to give a better overview of the patina. The latest photos are closer to the real look, the first ones seem too exposed to light.)
T. Gechter signature on the base
Height 31 cm
Length 35 cm
Width 16.5 cm
Weight 8.3 kg
The pictures are also part of the description.
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Lot details
Object
Sculpture
Material
Bronze
Designer/ Artist
Par Théodore Gechter
Estimated Period
Late 19th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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