Cold Painted Bronze Sculpture Little Dancer of 14 Years


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Product Description

Cold Painted Bronze Sculpture of a Little Dancer of Fourteen Years on a marble base.
It’s a truly lovely period piece to grace any sideboard or table.

Cold-painting was a technique popular during the art deco period, which started in the 1920s. Bronze figures, most of them made in Vienna, were covered with enamel paint. The result is a colorful figure or lamp.

Original made by: Edgar Degas (1834 – 1917)

Height: 37.9 cm
Width: 18 cm
Depth: 13.2 cm

100% Bronze

Weight: 4.2 Kg

Artis Info

Edgar Degas (1834 – 1917)

Born on July 19, 1834, in Paris, France, Edgar Degas went on to study at the École des Beaux-Arts (formerly the Académie des Beaux-Arts) in Paris and became renowned as a stellar portraitist, fusing Impressionistic sensibilities with traditional approaches. Both a painter and sculptor, Degas enjoyed capturing female dancers and played with unusual angles and ideas around centering. His work influenced several major modern artists, including Pablo Picasso. Degas died in Paris in 1917.