Cold Painted Bronze Sculpture of a girl on a stool playing with her cat.
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: Juan Clara (1875-1958)
Height: 21.5 cm
Width: 12.9 cm
Depth: 11.4 cm
Weight: 1.6 Kg
Juan CLARA was born in a little town in Spain called Olot in 1875 and died in 1958. He is a sculptist and artist who is well-known for his sculptures of small children having difficulties with chairs and stools. That’s pretty much all he did, as far as we know.
The statues were casted in Goldscheider’s foundry in Paris and many of the sculptures designed by Juan Clara were exhibited in Paris. His very realistic and detailed children’s sculptures still fascinate many people all over the world today.
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