Bronze sculpture "Big stag after its moult", C. Paillet, XXth century

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Sculpture in bronze with brown patina representing a stag after its moult. It rests on a terrace forming a base, moved by tree stumps and strewn with oak leaves and acorn. The coat of the animal is rendered in a realistic way and its face is very expressive. This animal bronze is signed on the lower left "Ch. Paillet".

Charles Paillet (1871-1937)

Charles Paillet, born in Moulins-Engilbert, was a student of the naturalist Georges Gardet. He established his workshop in Arcueil. This sculptor specialized in animal bronzes but also in the commemorative monuments built after the First World War, is known for his works filled with emotions representing dogs and bears. His masterpiece "Les Deux Amis" (The Two Friends), which shows a huge Irish greyhound looking with tenderness at a young Siamese cat, presents a beautiful lesson of tolerance, dear to the sculptor.

Circa: 1910

Dim: W: 46cm, D: 16cm, H: 44cm.
Dim: W: 18,1in, D: 6,3in, H: 17,3in.

Condition report: Good general condition.

Era: 20th century
Style: Art Nouveau
Materials: Bronze
LP: 3055
Width: 46 (cm)
Height 44 (cm)
Depth 16 (cm)
Delivery: Calculated at time of payment

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