Henri-Honoré Plé

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Henri Honoré Plé (1853 - 1922) studied under Gérault and Mathurin Moreau, and worked as a painter and sculptor of portraits and bas-reliefs. He exhibited at the Salon from 1877 onwards winning an honourable mention in 1879 before going on to receive a bronze medal at the Paris 1900 Exposition Universelle.


French, Circa 1880.


Makers Bibliography:


Forrest, Michael Art Bronzes, Schiffer Publishing Ltd, (Pennsylvania), 1998.

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HENRI-HONORÉ PLÉ (1853-1922)
A Large and Important Multi-Patinated Bronze Figure of an Arab Warrior
The figure is finely modelled as an Arab warrior, with sword drawn and crescent tipped standard held aloft, with a rich multi-patinated patina heig...
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Adrian Alan
HENRI-HONORÉ PLÉ (1853-1922)
A large patinated bronze figure of an Orientalist Warrior by Henri Plé
With fine vari-tone parcel gilt patination, depicting the warrior with his sword in his right hand and standard in his raised left hand, standing o...
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Mayfair Gallery Ltd.
HENRI-HONORÉ PLÉ (1853-1922)
An Important Multipatinated Bronze Orientalist Female Bust
An Important Multipatinated Bronze Orientalist Female Bust by Henri Honoré Plé.
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Adrian Alan