Charming bronze group depicting two children/putti with a flower basket above their heads. The sculpture bears the signature of the artist Cumberworth on the base, here you will also find the brand of the renowned foundry Susse.
Charles Cumberworth (1811-1852) studied at the Fine Arts School in 1829, further exhibited in the Salon in Paris from 1833-1848, mainly busts of women and children, as well as allegorical sculptures of classical style. Like so many artists, Charles Cumberworth signed a contract with the Susse brothers, one of the largest bronze foundries of the time, in 1837. The Susse Company began casting pieces from the first half of the 19th century. Awarded several times at the famous Parisian "Expositions des Produits de l'Industrie"; the Susse Brothers, since 1841 were known as creators of "Art bronze pieces for clocks, candlesticks and sculptures.
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- "Deux putti avec panier de fleurs", Sculpture
- Bronze (gilt)
- Designer/ Artist
- Naar Charles Cumberworth (1811-1852)
- Manufacturer/ Brand
- Susse Frères
- Estimated Period
- Second half 19th century
- Country of Origin
- Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
- 51×21×21 cm
- 11 kg