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Bruno Zach was a prolific creator of tall, athletic, independent women in bronze and ivory. He depicted both the healthy outdoor pursuits, and also the dream mistresses of the demi monde of Berlin, Paris and Vienna between the wars. His bronze is occasionally patinated, most often cold painted. His use of ivory is spare and always well carved. His work was edited by several firms, including Argentor-Werke of Vienna the Broma Companie, S Altmann & Co, and Bergmann.

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BRUNO ZACH (1891-1935)
'Good Evening' by Bruno Zach: An Art Deco Bronze figurine
“Good Evening”. A beautifully modelled Art Deco bronze by the renowned sculptor Bruno Zach. In true Zach style, the saucy costumed lady is lift...
The Design Gallery
BRUNO ZACH (1891-1935)
A patinated bronze Art Deco sophisticated male figure by Bruno Zach
Modelled as a well groomed gentleman holding a cigar
Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
BRUNO ZACH (1891-1935)
The Riding Crop
The Riding Crop, an Art Deco, patinated bronze figure of a scantily clad young lady wearing heels and holding a riding crop. Set over a marble base...
Jeroen Markies Art Deco