EMMANUEL VILLANIS

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Villanis worked in France and began exhibiting at the salon in 1896. Strongly influenced by Art Nouveau, he produced inumerable works mostly representing feminine figures. The majority were cast in bronze and in various tinted metals, often in many dimensions, and indeed in many versions.

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EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
'Lola': Art Nouveau Bronze
'Lola': Art Nouveau Bronze by Emmanuel Villanis Signed 'E Villanis' to the bust, with title and foundary marks to the base. Circa 1890
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EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
'Lucrece': Art Nouveau Bronze
'Lucrece' is an Art Nouveau Bronze sculpture by Emmanuel Villanis. Signed 'E Villanis' to the arm, with title and foundary marks to the base. Cir...
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EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
A patinated bronze bust of 'Orient' by E. Villanis
Modelled as an oriental woman, with a highly ornamental headpiece and a draped dress
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EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
A patinated bronze sculpture of Rebecca by E. Villanis
Representing the biblical figure of Rebecca at the well, she is wearing a head scarf and is standing by the well, leaning on an urn with slight gre...
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EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
Bronze Bust by Villanis
Orient , a bronze bust by Emmanuel Villanis (1858-1914). A study of a young woman in multi-hued patination with oriental headdress.
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Jeroen Markies Art Deco
EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
Diane
Diane, an Art Nouveau patinated bronze bust by Emmanuel Villanis (1858-1914). Raised title to from to integral base.
£2,950
Jeroen Markies Art Deco
EMMANUEL VILLANIS (1858-1914)
Mignon
A beautiful Art Nouveau bronze bust of a young woman with tri-coloured patination in light green and rich brown with good surface detail. Raised o...
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Hickmet Fine Arts