Bronze Code: 95
Height: 15.4 In
Width: 9.1 In
Weight: 6.8 LBs


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Celebrate the beauty of Art Deco with an exquisite sculpture by eminent Polish artist Paul Philippe. Born in the small town of Thorn in Poland in 1870, Philippe became a renowned Art Deco sculptor, creating arresting works that captured the elegant essence of the era. Among his most notable inspirations were the 'Russian Seasons' presented by Diaghilev in Paris, movements and moments that left a profound mark on the artist as evidenced by his numerous works themed on the Russian ballet.

Philippe spent a significant part of his life, from 1899 to 1915, in Paris, where his authentic neoclassical style flourished. His outstanding talent in sculpting allegorical compositions earned him numerous accolades, and he was recognized with prestigious awards at several Paris Salons. A true connoisseur of life and its varied dimensions, Philippe didn't restrict his muse to abstract ideas or fictional characters. Instead, he chose to depict real people, breathing life into clay figurines that represented cabaret dancers, theatre artists, and vibrant ladies of the demimonde.

Standing approximately 38 centimeters tall and weighing 3.1 kilograms, this medium-sized sculpture serves as a beautiful testament to Philippe's skill and deep understanding of his subjects. It is an art piece that glorifies the human form and celebrates the beauty of movement, making a perfect addition to your jazz-age inspired interiors. Whether you are an art aficionado or just a lover of beautiful objects, this Philippe sculpture will bring a touch of vintage class to your desktop or display space. Add this stunning piece to your collection and honor the golden era of Art Deco with every glance.