Art Deco Sculpture "Red Deer" (attributed to Irénée Rochard)

Description
Art Deco Sculpture "Red Deer" (attributed to Irénée Rochard)
France - 1920-1949 - Marble, Spelter, Zamac

A beautiful sculpture, attributed to Irénée Rochard, the French sculptor known for his sculptures of animals in the Art Deco style. Born in 1906 (16th of January) in Villefranche-sur-Saône into a family of artists, he studied at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris from 1924 to 1928. He became a member of the Society of French Artists.

Irénée Rochard died in 1984 (29th March) in Paris.

This impressive sculpture, dark brown patinated, is mounted on Portobello, black veined, marble and is in good condition, with some small signes of aging and blemishes. The sculpture is not signed, but is obviously in the manner of Irénée Rochard.



Lot details
Object
Art Deco Sculpture "Red Deer" (attributed to Irénée Rochard)
Material
Marble, Spelter, Zamac
Style
Art Deco
Estimated Period
1920-1949
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Dimensions
44×37×14 cm
Weight
6642 g
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