"Riccardo Scarpa (1905-1999), Bronze Female Nude Bather."Riccardo SCARPA, sculptor born in 1905 in Venice and died in Paris in 1999. He studied drawing at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Venice and moved to Paris in 1928 to devote himself entirely to sculpture. Bronze, terracotta and marble are his favorite materials. He first produced Africanist works to turn to animal art from the 1940s. In 1974, the Society of French Artists awarded him the gold medal for the set of works he exhibited at the Salon of French artists. This very pretty bronze features a female nude, a reclining bather. It is the reflection of the artist's talent who infuses his creations with a lot of softness and sensuality through the use of pure lines. Length 16 cm. Signature under SCARPA base and numbering 1/8. We take particular care of our packaging by using optimum protection. The shipment is made with insurance included. Shipping rates: Metropolitan France: 22 euros, countries of the European Union and Switzerland: 38 euros, countries of Eastern Europe and the Maghreb: 55 euros, United States, Australia, Asia and the rest of the world: 125 euros. You can contact us on 0787869393 or 0953253741.