Bronze Code: 817
Height: 16.1 In
Width: 5.9 In
Weight: 10.6 LBs


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Delve into the rich world of 19th century French sculpture with this meticulously crafted Arab Warrior sculpture by renowned artist, Jean Didier Debut (1824-1893). Trained under the tutelage of David D'Angers, Debut showcased his remarkable talent at an early age and was an active exhibitor at the esteemed Paris Salon from 1848 until his death.

In 1851, Debut was awarded the coveted Rome Prize, solidifying his reputation and influence in the field of fine arts. His work is predominantly focused on the Middle Eastern theme, a popular subject amongst many European artists from the late 19th century to the present day. Having traveled extensively to the Middle East and North Africa, Debut extracts stories and experiences from his travels to weave them into his sculptures.

This particular piece represents the character of a late 19th century Arab warrior. Displaying an incredible attention to detail, Debut has perfectly executed the intricacies of the warrior's weapons and clothing accessories, providing an intimate glimpse into the era's Middle Eastern culture. Standing at 43cm in height, this breathtaking sculpture is more than a decorative piece; it is a testament to Debut's artistic prowess and his unique interpretation of Middle Eastern heritage and tradition.

Whether you are an art enthusiast, a collector of fine sculptures, or simply someone with an appreciation for the extraordinary, this Arab Warrior sculpture is a must-have. It offers not just aesthetic appeal, but a deep dive into the diverse and captivating world that Jean Didier Debut so skillfully portrayed in his works.