Bronze Code: 80
Height: 19.3 In
Width: 9.1 In
Weight: 15 LBs


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Revel in the brilliance of French Art Deco embodied in this exquisite sculpture by Armand Godard, a celebrated French sculptor known for his meticulous portrayal of women. His depiction of emancipated, stylish ladies and renowned variety dancers has made his works highly sought after by collectors and art enthusiasts alike.

Armand Godard flourished in the era of the 1920s to 1930s, a time when Art Deco was en vogue. With an artistic approach often characterized by a dash of theatricality, Godard captured the spirit, poise, and fashion of the era in each of his creations. Such commitment to detail is particularly evident in this carefully crafted sculpture of a woman, measuring 49cm in height and weighing 6.8kg.

This piece is a testament to Godard's eye for stipulating the minutest details, with every fold in the costume meticulously carved to bring life and character to the sculpted woman. It is a fine reflection of Godard's artistry and the elegance of the Art Deco era, making it a must-have for anyone with an affinity for this riveting epoch.

Among Godard's numerous achievements, his contribution to the 1937 Salon stands out, where he captivated audiences with a plaster sculpture. This exquisite sculpture is reminiscent of the brilliance that Armand Godard brought to the Salon, reflecting his prowess and attention to detail that sets his work apart.