Bronze Code: 568
Height: 7.1 In
Width: 5.1 In
Weight: 3.1 LBs


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This exquisite, medium-sized (18cm) animal sculpture has been masterfully created by the renowned French sculptor - Emmanuel Fremiet (1824-1919). Fremiet is famed for being the most significant animal sculptor of the 19th century. His work is hugely celebrated in France and across the globe, largely due to his incredible knack for capturing realistic imagery.

The aesthetic charm of this sculpture lies in its artistic realism, which elevates its appeal significantly. This stunning piece stands out primarily due to the sheer precision with which its designing has been carried out. Fremiet's unrivaled skill shines through every aspect of it - right from the intricately sculpted dog's muzzle to the intricate detailing of the body's relief. There is absolutely no compromise on the realism of the animal's image.

The figurine can make a perfect addition to any collector's anthology or a beautiful centerpiece in any home or office setting. It's not only a tribute to Fremiet's exceptional talent but it also encapsulates the advent of realistic representation in art during the 19th century. Owning one of these not only means owning a piece of history but it's also a testament to individual artistic brilliance that defied norms and set new standards in animal sculpting.

More than just a mere showpiece, this figurine is a symbol of historical and artistic pedigree that deserves a special place. Made by Fremiet, one of the greatest artists of yesteryears, this figurine's every facet has been crafted to perfection, turning an otherwise ordinary piece into something truly noteworthy and memorable.