Cold Painted Bronze Sculpture of a lady with tambourine 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: Nam Greb (Austrian, 1838–1894)
Height: 53.6 cm
Width: 17.5 cm
Depth: 13.3 cm
Weight: 3.6 Kg