Bronze statue Pheasant – Delabriere
Bronze statue of a pheasant by the French artist Paul Édouard Delabrierre. The statue has very fine details and is patinated with several colors. Black marble base. An entire page on Wikipedia is dedicated to this artist with various beautiful images of his work.
Paul-Édouard Delabrièrre (March 29, 1829 – 1912) was a French sculptor who worked in the mid to late 19th century and early 20th century. He had 70 of his sculptures judged in the prestigious Salon art exhibition held annually in Paris. His monumental work called L’Equitation adorns the facade of the Louvre.
DIMENSIONS: 20,5 x 22 x 8,5 cm
ORIGIN: France, 1880-1890