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1612/17: COLINET: "The Juggler": a fine ART DECO BRONZE which depicts a naked girl dancing as she balances on her right foot whilst juggling. It is raised on its original 'rouge antico' marble socle base, which is engraved with the full signature: "CJR COLINET. Illustrated in "Art Deco & Other Bronzes" by Bryan Catley, page 112. 10ins (25.5cms) high. *Claire Jeanne Roberte COLINET was born in Brussels but like many artists of the day, she moved to Paris, where she was elected to the Societe des Artistes and exhibited at the Salon from 1913. c.1910

ArtDeco, bronze, Colinet, object


1559/17: Bouraine: A fine quality and stylish Art Deco period BRONZE SCULPTURE of "Penthesilea" (Queen of The Amazons). She is modelled naked, holding a bow whilst recumbent on an angular base. Signed "Bouraine" to the base, together with the foundry (Susse Freres). 19ins long; 9ins high; 5ins deep. (48.25 x 23 x 12.75cms) *Marcel Bouraine (1886-1948) was a important sculptor who studied under Joseph-Alexandre Falguiere. He was captured in the 1914-1918 war and interned in Switzerland. Immediately after he returned to his great love, sculpture, and exhibited in Paris from 1922. He is considered to be one of the great influences of the Art Deco movement. (The Amazons had a number of queens, but Penthesilea was the most famous, leading her troops successfully in support of King Priamos at Troy.) c.1925

ArtDeco, Bouraine, bronze, object