CLAIRE JEANNE ROBERTE COLINET

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Claire Jeanne Roberte Colinet (1880 - 1950).


Born in Brussels, Claire Jeanne Roberte Colinet studied sculpture with Jef Lambeaux, exhibiting for the first time at the Salon des Artistes Français in 1913 and was elected a permanent member of the salon in 1929.


From 1937 to 1940, she exhibited at the Salon des Indpendants in Paris and joined the Union of Women Painters and Sculptors. Colinet's work is primarily in the Art Deco style, and her models included odalisques, exotic dancers, jugglers and cabaret artists.


Her preferred casting material was bronze; however, a number of her most distinguished sculptures are chryselephantine, being a combination of both bronze and ivory.

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CLAIRE JEANNE ROBERTE COLINET (c.1880-1950)
'The Juggler' - A Fine Art Deco Silvered Bronze Figure
'The Juggler' - A Fine Art Deco Silvered Bronze Figure, By Claire J. R. Colinet. This dramatic and large silvered bronze figure by Colinet depi...
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CLAIRE JEANNE ROBERTE COLINET (c.1880-1950)
Gilded bronze and Ivory Art Deco Sculpture
Fine carved Ivory and gilded bronze sculpture entitled 'Corinthian Dancer' By Claire-Jeanne Roberte Colinet. Foundry stamp at base and signature J ...
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