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Antinea, Finest US Lost Wax Bronze Statue Sculpture by Demetre Chiparus

$900.00 $795.00

“Antinea” is a superb Art Deco Dancer signed by D.H. Chiparus. The portrayed woman is wearing a beautiful cape and a beautiful costume while standing in an exciting statue position. She is standing on tiptoes, arms up in the air and her cape fits over her entire body. The whole epiphany can be called impressive. The dancing woman is standing on a colorful plinth mounted on a marble base. The signed bronze sculpture is a high quality product, which is full of great detail in comparison to the original. (marble base may be different color than shown) 25″H x 11″W x 11″L

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“Antinea” is a superb Art Deco Dancer signed by D.H. Chiparus. The portrayed woman is wearing a beautiful cape and a beautiful costume while standing in an exciting statue position. She is standing on tiptoes, arms up in the air and her cape fits over her entire body. The whole epiphany can be called impressive. The dancing woman is standing on a colorful plinth mounted on a marble base. The signed bronze sculpture is a high quality product, which is full of great detail in comparison to the original. (marble base may be different color than shown)

Heavy with the influences of the Russian ballet and theater, this collectible, museum-quality sculpture by Romanian-born and Paris-trained artist Chiparus boasts exquisite flesh tones enhanced to replicate ivory. True to the Art Deco period, his graceful dancer standing on a high platform is cast in the purest American bronze and set atop a fine marble base, is exquisitely hand-finished with beautiful multi-colored patinas from her outstretched arms to the magnificent cape seductively carrying the eye the length of her lithe female form. 25″H x 11″L x 11″W

 

About The Artist:

Demetre H. Chiparus was born in Romania and then traveled to Paris before WWI to become more involved with his artwork. He exhibited at the Salon in 1914. He produced most of his renowned works between and 1943. His later works in the 1920’s were influenced by his interest in Egypt, after the excavation of the Pharaoh Tutankhamen’s tomb. Some of his most exciting works are dancers taken from the Russian Ballet, French Theatre and early motion pictures.

This statue is reproduced in solid bronze by the “Lost Wax” casting process. It is made to order, handmade and hand finished and then mounted on a fine marble base, all dimensions are approximate.

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Dimensions 11 × 25 in

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