Georges FLAMAND (1895-1925) - Francès Fondeur - Sculpture, "So shoot the guys" - Patinated bronze - Early 20th century

Description
Georges FLAMAND (1895-1925) - Francès Fondeur - Sculpture, "So shoot the guys" - Patinated bronze - Early 20th century
France

FLAMAND Georges, 1895-1925 (France) sculptor: "TIREZ DONC LES GARS", bronze medal patina, representing a shouting Zouave, his arms thrown backwards, holding his kepi in one hand.
Monogrammed "GF", titled and signature of the Founder Francès on the base.

After the heroic word: "Shoot me, boys!" from the First World War - 11 November 1914 - Zouave prisoner - Militaria - Patriotic - Sacrifice - Dry-Grachten Bridge - Yser - Noordschoote - drawing by Georges Scott - Pacifism

Height 19 cm - Base 6 × 6 cm - Weight 1,044 kg.
Very good condition: no patina wear, micro-scratches at the base.
Restoration of a clamping nut under the base.

Lot details
Object
"So shoot the guys", Sculpture
Material
Patinated bronze
Designer/ Artist
Georges FLAMAND (1895-1925)
Manufacturer/ Brand
Francès Fondeur
Model/ Name
"Tirez donc les gars"
Estimated Period
Early 20th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
19×6×6 cm
Weight
1.044 kg
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