Little Dutch Girl With Dolls - Franz Peleschka 1873 - ? flag

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"Little Dutch Girl With Dolls - Franz Peleschka 1873 - ?"
Dimensions Height: approx. 9.5 cm Width: approx. 5cm Length: approx. 5.5 cm Terrace: 3 The bronze is complete.
Born in Vienna, Austria, on August 7, 1873, into a lower-middle-class family, Franz Peleschka entered the Vienna School of Fine Arts and the workshop of the Austrian sculptor Edmund von Hellmer (1850-1935). In an Art Deco style, he sculpts delicate figurines in alabaster, ivory or bronze representing naked dancers or young ladies dressed in the fashion of the 1st Empire.
He also produced a series of young Dutch girls in different situations, as touching as they are mischievous. Shod in sturdy wooden clogs, dressed in a skirt full of petticoats protected by an apron, and a little woolen camisole, the little Dutch girl, with a slight smile on her lips, holds her two beloved dolls in each of her hands. A small childish scene full of charm and sweetness, this statuette evokes the sweetness of childhood.

© Copyright texts and photos: Les Trésors de Gamaliel
Price: 280 €
Artist: Franz Peleschka 1873 - ?
Period: 20th century
Style: Art Deco
Condition: Good condition

Material: Bronze
Length: 5.5
Width: 5.5
Height: 9.5

Reference: 1213573
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