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Bronze Horse Sculpture by Mene 1856
Bronze Horse Sculpture by Mene 1856
Bronze Horse Sculpture by Mene 1856
Bronze Horse Sculpture by Mene 1856
Bronze Horse Sculpture by Mene 1856

Bronze Horse Sculpture by Mene 1856

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Bronze Horse Sculpture by Mene 

A large bronze sculpture of a stallion produced in France in the middle 19th century a lost wax casting and hand finished and years of great patination leaving this bronze with a great colour, Piere-Jules Mêne was a self-taught artist, and dedicated his entire career to making bronze statues, which were met with great success among both French and international clients.

Age: 1856

Style: French Art

Material: Bronze

Origin : France

Condition: light age related wear Restoration none

Dimensions: 29h x 35w x 13d cm

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