Bronze Code: 228
Height: 19.7 In
Width: 8.3 In
Weight: 8.4 LBs


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Immerse yourself in the elegance and sophistication of Art Deco with the impressive 'Tireuse à l'arc' sculpture - a tasteful blend of art and history, crafted by the prolific French master, Pierre Le Faguays. Standing at an imposing 50cm in height, this masterpiece captures the evolution and diversity of interior decor, effortlessly bringing a touch of French elegance to any space.

Born in 1892 in Nantes, a quaint city located in western France, Pierre Le Faguays, also known as Pierre Le Fagoi, etched his name in the annals of art history with his signature style that encapsulated the spirit of Art Deco. A classically trained artist, Le Faguays honed his skills at the celebrated Paris School of Fine Arts, granting his works an air of refined sophistication that's stayed timeless even in modern decor.

This intriguing sculpture's title 'Tireuse à l'arc', translating to 'archer' in English, is a testament to Le Faguays' thematic diversity as an artist. Le Faguays often chose to showcase his work under the pseudonyms of Fayral and Guerbe, tributes to his beloved mother and wife. As a prolific figure in the Art Deco era, his compositions earned him noteworthy recognition, including a prestigious medal in 1927.

The 'Tireuse à l'arc' sculpture's allure is magnified by the fact that it was produced at the workspace of legendary sculptor Max Le Verrier. Based in Paris, Max Le Verrier's foundry, established in 1926, was renowned for its superior quality craftsmanship, further amplifying the allure of this extraordinary piece.

Seize the opportunity to own a piece of history with the 'Tireuse à l'arc' - a graceful testament to Pierre Le Faguays' mastery and the enduring charm of the Art Deco era. Add it to your collection and experience a tangible touch of French art history.