Bronze Code: 22
Height: 7.5 In
Width: 2.2 In
Weight: 1.4 LBs


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This stunning statuette coined as 'Jung' is one of the most acknowledged works by the acclaimed Polish sculptor of late 19th century, Vaclav Szeblewski. Having his artistic roots nurtured by an enriching 9-year experience at the esteemed Dresden Academy of Fine Arts, Szeblewski consistently showcased his impeccable talent in the Paris artistic salons.

The 'Jung' model, brought to life in 1889, holds a significant place among the most popular 19th-century statuettes, drawing immense admiration from art lovers and historians alike. It showcases the depiction of a cabin boy, a critical member of a ship's crew. This work of art successfully encapsulates the imposing demeanor of a young lad, happily immersed in whistling a favourite tune.

This charismatic and emotionally engaging piece stands as a tribute to sailors and sea-lovers, perfectly capturing the raw essence and youthful spirit of maritime life. The precise attention to detail and Szeblewski's master talent make this statuette an ideal gift for sailors, yachting enthusiasts and lovers of remarkable sculptural art.

With 'Jung', Vaclav Szeblewski has managed to freeze a singular poetic moment in time, offering a visually stunning narrative of life at sea. It is a rare opportunity to own a piece of history, painted by one of the finest sculptors of the late 19th century.