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This impressive patinated bonze figure is raised on a carved wooden pedestal.
The Thiébaut Foundry
The Thiébaut Foundry (1844-1901) was one of the most important foundries of the Nineteenth Century casting monumental works such as the Gloria Victis by Mercie and the monument to the Defense de Paris by Barrias.
The foundry was started with Charles Cyprien Thiébaut (1769-1830) and later passed onto his son, Charles Antoine Floréal (born 1794), who established the business on Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis under the name Theibaut St. In 1870, Victor Thiébaut left his enterprise to his three sons, who established the name Thiébaut Frères. The Foundry participated in a number of International Exhibitions and was to acquire an important international reputation.
Height of bronze figure: 105 cm / 41 1/2 inches
height of pedestal: 90 cm / 35 1/2in
Total Height: 195 cm / 77 inches
|Height||195.00 cm||(76.77 inches)|