19th Century French Patinated Pheasant Sculpture on Marble Base Signed L. Carvin
Decorate a man’s office or desk with this elegant antique bird sculpture. Crafted in France circa 1890 and standing on a variegated marble base, the sculpture depicts a female pheasant watching over her baby pheasling. The spelter figure is signed on the base by the artist, Louis Carvin. The hunting bird sculpture is in excellent condition and adorns a rich patinated bronze finish. Listed in the Benezit. Louis-Albert Carvin (1860-1933) was a French artist known for his animalier sculptures. Born on August 7, 1875 in Paris, France, Carvin went on to study under Emmanuel Frémiet and Georges Gardet at the École des Beaux-Arts and later became a member of the Sociéte des Artistes Français. He exhibited at the fairs of this society from the late nineteenth century until 1933, receiving an Honorable Mention in 1894. Measures: 5.5″W x 7″D x 10″H.
|Dimensions||15.5" W x 7" D x 10" H|
Late 19th Century