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Cymbal Dancer, Finest US Lost Wax Bronze Statue Inspired by Louis Icart

$658.00 $540.00

A nude dancer playing cymbals. Beautiful detailed bronze sculpture inspired by the etchings of Icart. This statue is reproduced in the purest American bronze by the “Lost Wax” casting process. It is finished in golden patinas and mounted on a fine black or green marble base. The statue is made to order, please allow 3-4 weeks for completion and delivery.  Dimensions: 14″H x 5″L

 

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A nude dancer playing cymbals. Beautiful detailed bronze sculpture inspired by the etchings of Icart. This statue is reproduced in the purest American bronze by the “Lost Wax” casting process. It is finished in golden patinas and mounted on a fine black or green marble base. The statue is made to order, please allow 3-4 weeks for completion and delivery.  Dimensions: 14″H x 5″L

 

About The Artist:

Louis Justin Icart was born September 12, 1888 in France. His second wife, Fanny, as well as the city of Paris, which was the uncontested international center of beauty and art, were his inspiration for much of his work. During his forty years artistic career, Icart delighted lovers of Art Deco, a fashion directed almost exclusively towards women on both sides of the Atlantic. Art Deco was a period of perfection of workmanship and this factor in Icart’s work related him to the period.

Today, this witty, joyful and often poignant images of beautiful women of France have found a new generation of admirers.

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Dimensions 5 × 14 in

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