Goat Of India - Pierre-jules Mène (1810-1879) flag


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"Goat Of India - Pierre-jules Mène (1810-1879)"
Bronze sculpture representing a moving goat, scratching itself, erected on a rock by Pierre-Jules Mène.
Titled "GOAT OF INDIA" on the front of the terrace
Signature of the sculptor "PJ.MÈNE" on the rectangular bronze terrace
Period XIX th century

One of the pioneers of animal sculpture, Pierre-Jules Mêne began working for his father, a metal turner.

Very early on attracted by sculpture, he spent a long time in the Jardin des Plantes making sketches.
It was not until 1938 that he made his debut at the Salon.
Specializing in small-size bronzes, Pierre-Jules Mêne sets up his own foundry and takes care of the casting and chasing himself.

Unanimously recognized for the perfection of his productions, he is one of the leaders of the French Animal School.
Price: 900 €
Artist: Pierre-jules Mène
Period: 19th century
Style: Other Style
Condition: Excellent condition

Material: Bronze
Length: 13 cm
Height: 12 cm
Depth: 6,5 cm

Reference: 709530
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