"Art Deco Sculpture Sign Irenee Rochard Deer Stones Carrier Green Patina"This sculpture was produced by Irénée Rochard, it is a regulator with green patina and 1930 portor marble.
Everything is beautifully made on a 1930 carrier marble with green onyx plaques on top. A pretty composition of marble.
This subject is delicate to the transporter, we prefer that he travels with a transporter or hand delivery, the regulates being a fragile material.
Irénée Félix René Rochard, born January 16, 1906 in Villefranche-sur-Saône and died March 29, 1984 (aged 78) in Paris, is a French animal sculptor. From 1924 to 1928, he studied at the schools of Fine Arts and Decorative Arts, from 1938 he was a member of the National Society of Fine Arts. Between the two world wars, he was close to other animal sculptors, such as François Pompon and Édouard-Marcel Sandoz. He carved hundreds of animals, horses, monkeys, gazelles, panthers, cubs, ducks, bison, pelicans, dromedaries, dogs and others in the Art Deco style. He uses ceramics, wood, granite and marble, but especially bronze. He created some sculptures with Ugo Cipriani, often signed Menneville and Rochard; variations on the theme of a woman with one or more dogs, the female figures being from Menneville (Ugo Cipriani) and the dogs from himself. The city of Paris bought some of his works (1937, 1950, 1954, 1965, 1968), as well as the city of New York in 1938.
Please note our furniture is sold unrestored, not prepared, we must accept defects due to age.
However we will not make delivery by post for this type of too fragile item but we work with carriers thank you for coming back with us for a quote.
They are perfect for informed individuals, merchants, collectors.
We carried out a summary cleaning, it is necessary to accept the defects due to the age. Sold as is.
For the state thank you to detail the photos. The photos are an integral part of the description.
Dimensions: Height: 55 cm Width: 62 cm Depth: 15.5 cm