Bronze Code: 827
Height: 15.4 In
Width: 24.8 In
Weight: 40.8 LBs


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Immerse yourself in the mesmerizing world of art with a masterpiece by the renowned French sculptor, Edouard Drouot. This extensive work of art encapsulates the heat of conflict between two formidable women, bringing to life a primal, untamed energy akin to that of wild cats in the midst of a fierce battle.

Each detail of this sculpture ensnares the viewer's attention, echoing the intensity of the combat the two women are engaged in. It harnesses the spirit of the fight, oscillating between an unyielding aggression and a pronounced calm - both vital ingredients for a triumphant victory. The portrayal is so life-like that one can almost hear the heavy breathing and feel the adrenaline pumping.

What strikes the art enthusiast about this large interior sculpture, measuring 63cm in height and weighing 18.5kg, is its ability to capture an entire era. The terrains and landscapes are tastefully etched into the sculpture with a keen emphasis on the costumes and hairstyles - a testament to the craftsmanship of Drouot.

Edouard Druot (1859 – 1945), earned a name for himself primarily in the realm of genre sculpture. He was prolific in sculpting groups around oriental and mythological themes. However, his hunting scenes gained him remarkable recognition. Since 1889, his artistry has been exhibited at Paris Salons and world exhibitions. His works have found their way to notable auctions across the globe including New York and Paris, and are proudly displayed in museum and private collections all over Europe.

Step into the world of Edouard Drouot with this exquisite sculpture and embrace a slice of art that transcends timespheres, becoming a veritable possession for art lovers.