Bronze Code: 63
Height: 9.1 In
Width: 7.1 In
Weight: 4 LBs


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Expanding on an exclusive 'girls on a chair' series, the captivating figurative sculpture is the work of renowned Italian artist A. Gori. Believed to originate from the golden era of Art Deco, this piece effortlessly encapsulates the timeless elegance and endearing fashion of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

A. Gori, full name Fortunato Gori, had a unique flare for combining materials such as bronze, ivory, and marble to render his masterpieces. His works, often characterized by a strikingly bright coloring technique, distinguish themselves with a decorative edge, lending a forever stylish allure to any collector's gallery.

A pupil of Augusto Rivalt at the Accademia di Belle Arti City Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, Gori's style is influenced by his deep connection with his native land. Although the specific dates of his life remain uncertain, his sculptures are notably dated between 1895 and 1925.

If you're a fan of art that evokes the fashion, grace, and spirit of the Art Deco era, this figurative sculpture by A. Gori is undeniably a must-have addition to your collection. Its vibrant coloring and choice materials compose a work of lasting beauty that stands as a testament to this golden period of artistic achievement.