Sculpture, Putti playing music - Terracotta - Second half 19th century

Description
Sculpture, Putti playing music - Terracotta - Second half 19th century
France

Extraordinary French sculpture in terracotta, "Putti playing", XIX century, Napoleon III, France. Signed and dated at the base. Carved and gilded wooden base. Composition of two putti, playing the flute and singing, of great expressiveness and movement, following the aesthetic canons of European Baroque. A piece of great quality and uniqueness. In perfect condition. Very interesting sculptural piece for an art collector, of high aesthetic and visual harmony, a piece acquired in an important French collection in the north of Paris, France. The packaging will be professional, according to the piece, with tracking number and shipping insurance.

Lot details
Object
Putti playing music, Sculpture
Material
Terracotta
Designer/ Artist
In the manner of Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse - signed
Estimated Period
Second half 19th century
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
29×17×33 cm
Weight
1 g
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