Bronze Code: 86
Height: 15 In
Width: 7.3 In
Weight: 9.5 LBs


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Introducing an exceptional sculpture by the world-renowned Polish artist, Paul Philippe. Born in 1870 in Thorn, Poland, Paul Philippe lived a life steeped in art and creativity. His impressive portfolio boasts works that meld the timeless beauty of neoclassicism with the flare of Art Deco. His inspiration mostly stemmed from real-life figures, gifting his pieces an unparalleled touch of authenticity. The sculpture at hand is a testament to such creative wizardry, exhibiting uniqueness that emanates from its every crevice.

Inspired by the success of Diaghilev's Russian Seasons in Paris, Philippe honed in on the elegance and grace of ballet dancers. As such, many of his works are tributes to the precision and allure of Russian ballet, living testimonies of a captivating intersection between the arts. The sculpture, a medium-sized tabletop piece standing 38cm and weighing 4.3kg, beautifully encapsulates his infatuation with the whimsical world of cabaret and theatre.

From 1899 to 1915, Paris served as Philippe's base, an era when his superior crafting skill began earning him honors, including prestigious acknowledgments from the illustrious Paris Salons. The sculpture's meritorious conception greatly complements its physical attraction. Like Philippe's other figures, the subject of this sculpture is a real person - an emotive tribute to the captivating lives of cabaret dancers, theatre artists, and ladies of the demimonde. Every intricate detail serves to celebrate the spirit of its muse.

Every single piece by Paul Philippe is a distinct narrative, an intricate glimpse into the life of his subjects. The sculpture is not merely a standalone work of art but also a compelling storyteller of the lives and times that inspired its creation. This product is a perfect addition for those looking to infuse their spaces with a unique blend of art, history, and allure.