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Deco Hands Down, Finest US Lost Wax Bronze Statue Sculpture by LeFaguays

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The Deco Hands Down Sculpture by Fayral depicts a regal ballerina practicing her art in life-like form. This gorgeous piece inspires awe with it’s impeccable attention to detail and is sure to captivate any onlooker. The casting process used for this piece is called the “Lost Wax” casting method and it allows for the highest quality possible. 13″H x 5″L.

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The Deco Hands Down bronze sculpture by Fayral depicts a regal ballerina practicing her art in life-like form. This gorgeous piece inspires awe with it’s impeccable attention to detail and is sure to captivate any onlooker. The casting process used for this piece is called the “Lost Wax” casting method and it allows for the highest quality possible. 13″H x 5″L.

This statue is reproduced in the purest American bronze, cast in golden bronze patinas and then hand-rubbed to bring out the awesome details and highlights. The statue is then mounted on a black or green marble base with an etched brass plate. Size: 13″H x 5″L. All dimensions are approximate.

About The Artist:

Fayral and Guerbe were 2 pseudonyms used by the famous Pierre Le Faguays as they were both the family names of his Mother and his Wife. Pierre Le Faguays was born in Nantes, France and became famous for the originality he gave his dancers, many of which were inspired by the statues of Tanagra. Like Chiparus, Faguays’ sculptures did a great deal for perpetuating the 1920s version of the ideal female form – all lithe athleticism with nymph like physiques. He gained a medal of honor for his work in 1927. He was a best friend of Max Le Verrier and the Le Verrier foundry made most of – if not all of his pieces. For collectors original works by Faguays command high fees and his work really embodies the 1920s aesthetic.

 

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Dimensions 5 × 13 in

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