Bronze sculpture with double patina, brown and bronze "The Combat of Roosters" Signed on the terrace Paul Chevré 1866-1914 Representing a young boy holding a rooster in his right hand, the second at his feet (Old Flemish tradition) carries the stamp JOLLET & CIE BRONZES PARIS old COLIN house Posed on an oval base in molded walnut Beautiful patina In very good condition Period early twentieth century (between 1906 and 1911 according to the seal of the founder) Height of bronze alone: 48 cm * Paul Roman CHEVRÉ French sculptor born in Brussels of French parents July 5, 1866 and died Asnières sur Seine February 20, 1914 * JOLLET & CIE- around 1906-1907 / 1923 Around 1906/1907 the company changed ownership and became "Jollet & CIE", while keeping, the name: "Old House Colin" at least until 1911, date to which Jollet publishes more announcement than in his name. flag

Bronze sculpture with double patina, brown and bronze "The Combat of Roosters" Signed on the terrace Paul Chevré 1866-1914 Representing a young boy holding a rooster in his right hand, the second at his feet (Old Flemish tradition) carries the stamp JOLLET & CIE BRONZES PARIS old COLIN house Posed on an oval base in molded walnut Beautiful patina In very good condition Period early twentieth century (between 1906 and 1911 according to the seal of the founder) Height of bronze alone: 48 cm * Paul Roman CHEVRÉ French sculptor born in Brussels of French parents July 5, 1866 and died Asnières sur Seine February 20, 1914 * JOLLET & CIE- around 1906-1907 / 1923 Around 1906/1907 the company changed ownership and became "Jollet & CIE", while keeping, the name: "Old House Colin" at least until 1911, date to which Jollet publishes more announcement than in his name.
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"Bronze sculpture with double patina, brown and bronze "The Combat of Roosters" Signed on the terrace Paul Chevré 1866-1914 Representing a young boy holding a rooster in his right hand, the second at his feet (Old Flemish tradition) carries the stamp JOLLET & CIE BRONZES PARIS old COLIN house Posed on an oval base in molded walnut Beautiful patina In very good condition Period early twentieth century (between 1906 and 1911 according to the seal of the founder) Height of bronze alone: 48 cm * Paul Roman CHEVRÉ French sculptor born in Brussels of French parents July 5, 1866 and died Asnières sur Seine February 20, 1914 * JOLLET & CIE- around 1906-1907 / 1923 Around 1906/1907 the company changed ownership and became "Jollet & CIE", while keeping, the name: "Old House Colin" at least until 1911, date to which Jollet publishes more announcement than in his name."
Bronze sculpture with double patina, brown and bronze "The Combat of Roosters" Signed on the terrace Paul Chevré 1866-1914 Representing a young boy holding a rooster in his right hand, the second at his feet (Old Flemish tradition) carries the stamp JOLLET & CIE BRONZES PARIS old COLIN house Posed on an oval base in molded walnut Beautiful patina In very good condition Period early twentieth century (between 1906 and 1911 according to the seal of the founder) Height of bronze alone: 48 cm * Paul Roman CHEVRÉ French sculptor born in Brussels of French parents July 5, 1866 and died Asnières sur Seine February 20, 1914 * JOLLET & CIE- around 1906-1907 / 1923 Around 1906/1907 the company changed ownership and became "Jollet & CIE", while keeping, the name: "Old House Colin" at least until 1911, date to which Jollet publishes more announcement than in his name.
Price:2650 €
Artist : Paul Romain Chevré
Period:20th Century
Style:Other Style
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Bronze
Width : 29
Height : 52
Depth : 28
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Bronze sculpture with double patina, brown and bronze "The Combat of Roosters" Signed on the terrace Paul Chevré 1866-1914 Representing a young boy holding a rooster in his right hand, the second at his feet (Old Flemish tradition) carries the stamp JOLLET & CIE BRONZES PARIS old COLIN house Posed on an oval base in molded walnut Beautiful patina In very good condition Period early twentieth century (between 1906 and 1911 according to the seal of the founder) Height of bronze alone: 48 cm * Paul Roman CHEVRÉ French sculptor born in Brussels of French parents July 5, 1866 and died Asnières sur Seine February 20, 1914 * JOLLET & CIE- around 1906-1907 / 1923 Around 1906/1907 the company changed ownership and became "Jollet & CIE", while keeping, the name: "Old House Colin" at least until 1911, date to which Jollet publishes more announcement than in his name.
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