Bronze Code: 619
Height: 6.3 In
Width: 8.7 In
Weight: 8.2 LBs


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Introducing the exquisite hand-sculpted artwork of renowned French artist Charles Emile Jonchery. The undeniable craftsmanship and attention to detail in his sculptures are world-renowned, and this piece is no exception.

Offering unprecedented depth and character, this medium-sized sculpture, measuring 22x16 cm, boasts remarkable aesthetic appeal. Despite its size, the artwork has a substantial weight of 3.7 kg, indicative of the high-quality and pure material that has been crafted meticulously by the hands of the accomplished artist.

Every inch of this sculpture commands attention, thanks to its incredible plastic structure, which showcases the unmatched fineness of Jonchery's work. The distinctive character of this sculpture is a testament to Jonchery’s unparalleled ability to manipulate the plastic medium.

Born in 1873, Jonchery was a prominent contributor to the Art Nouveau movement of the early 20th century in France. Having worked in the prestigious workshop of Auguste Rodin, his works reflect the intricate influence of the art legend. In those formative years, Jonchery also participated in the revered Parisian Salons, further establishing his credentials in the world of art. His works, like this sculpture, bear a signature style that proves his profound contribution to Art Nouveau.

Acquiring this sculpture is not just owning an intricate piece of artistry; it’s owning a slice of French art heritage that echoes timeless elegance and the innovative spirit of Art Nouveau. With this piece in your collection, you will be privy to the meticulous detail and creative grandeur that defines the legacy of Charles Emile Jonchery.