"Lecourtier Rooster Singing In Bronze XIXth"Prosper Lecourtier (Gremilly 1851 - Paris 1924)
Animal sculptor, pupil of Emmanuel Frémiet exhibited at the Paris Salon from 1875 until his death in 1924
Large singing rooster presented on a terrace made up of a mound from which emerges a cannon muzzle, a saber and a standard surrounded by an oak branch, symbols of a battle
Ancient bronze with brown patina presented on a turned wooden base.
Signed on the terrace.
Good condition, two screws on the side of the base probably for an old lamp assembly
Total height: 45 cm, bronze only: 37 cm - base diameter 21.5 cm, bronze 15.5 cm
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