Georges GARDET (1863-1939) - Perruches inséparables

Bronze with very beautiful golden patina depicting two inseparable parrots, signed on the base G.Gardet and and inscribed F. Barbedienne foundry. Inscribed on the underside / No. 43 and inventory number in black ink: 32877

Exhibition :
Salon of the Society of French Artists, Paris, France, 1895 Manufacture nationale de Sèvres, porcelain presented at the Universal Exhibition of Paris in 1900.

Bibliography :
Paul Vitry, Art and Decoration, Paris, 1905 Marc Bascou - Marc - Massé Marie-Madeleine - Philippe Thiebaut, Musée d'Orsay. Illustrated Summary Catalog of Decorative Arts, Paris, 1988

About the artist

Gardet Georges (Paris, October 11, 1863 - February 6, 1939), French animal sculptor
Son of sculptor, pupil of Aimé Millet and Frémiet at the School of Fine Arts, he soon proved to be an animal of great ability. Particularly appreciated for its wild groups to powerful forms, he receives many orders. Many of his sculptures are also the subject of Sèvres biscuit replicas. He is considered the most talented animal sculptor of his time. He was promoted to the rank of Officer of the Legion of Honor in 1900. He is a member of the Academy of Fine Arts and the Society of French Artists. Many of G.Gardet's sculptures are preserved in the greatest museums in the world.

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Dimensions

Height : 9 1/2 in
Width : 4 1/2 in

Time 1900
Origin France, Paris
Materials Gilt Bronze
Reference Inséparables-Gardet318
Georges GARDET (1863-1939) - Perruches inséparables

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