Bronze Code: 824
Height: 28 In
Width: 29.5 In
Weight: 103.2 LBs


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Unveil the grandeur of history with the masterpiece 'Battle of Beaujeu' cabinet sculpture that narrates the tale of the Hundred Years' War. This intricate sculptural composition has been fashioned to augment the aesthetics of large, spacious rooms. With a dominating weight of almost 50 kilograms and an impressive build, this artistic portrayal can turn any ordinary space into a historical anthology.

Bound by age and valor, 'Battle of Beaujeu' manifests the monumental conflict of the year 1421. This significant event of the Hundred Years' War, which spanned from 1337-1453, showcases the British force led by Thomas Lancaster, Duke of Clarence, engage in a fierce battle with the combined Franco-Scottish army. The intense details of the drama recite the bold attack of Duke Clarence and his retinue on the Scottish outposts, their entrapment and ultimate demise in duel with the knight Fontenoy.

The intricate detailing is the mark of Dutch-born French art sculptor Alfred Emilien O'Hara de Nieuwerkerke (1811-1892). Having graced the illustrious Paris Art Salon with his remarkable creations since 1842, Nieuwerkerke's legacy in France is profound. With his position as the Director General of museums and designation of the Minister of Arts, his contribution to French art is profound. He was also honored as a Chevalier of the Legion of Honor in 1863 and was appointed as a Senator of France in 1864.

With this large and powerful sculpture, relive a pivotal moment in Franco-British history from the comfort of your home or office, while also adding a touch of elegance and sophistication to your space. The 'Battle of Beaujeu' cabinet sculpture is not a mere piece of art, it's a testament to masterful craftmanship, the grandeur of history, and the charisma of its esteemed creator, Nieuwerkerke.