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Consult Our Evaluations Add This Store To My Favorites Bronze Sculpture With Green Patina Representing A Stationary Hunting Dog (a Spaniel), Signed J. Moigniez * On The Terrace, Xixth Century. This Sculpture Is In Good Condition. Signed See Photos. A Note Slight Wear Of Time, See Photos. * Jules Moigniez (1835-1894) Animal Sculptor (ec Fr). Student Of Cornolra He Made His Debut At The Salon Of 1855. He Obtained An Honorable Mention In 1859 And Will Be Present At The Universal Exhibition Of 1878. The Chteau De Compigne Still Has A "pointing Dog With Pheasant". (extract Bnzit) He Exhibited Regularly At The Salon From 1859 To 1892 And Enjoyed Great Success Not Only In France But Also Abroad. (referenced Les Bronzes Du Xixme By P. Kjellberg). Artist Very Well Rated On Artprice. Dime.
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