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An attractive early 20th Century Art Deco cold painted bronze figure of a naked dancer with her arms outstretched in an elegant pose holding the hem of the scarf that is draped around her waist with one leg kick out infront of her. The sculpture exhibits excellent colour and very fine hand finished surface detail, raised on a black marble stepped base and signed Lorenzl

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Height: 20.5 cm.  

Width: 14 cm.

Depth: 5 cm.

Condition: Excellent Original Condition.

Circa: 1925.

Materials: Bronze & Marble.

Book Ref: Art Deco and Other Figures by Bryan Catley.

Page No: 220.

SKU: 8800.


ABOUT
Lorenzl Scarf Dancer
Josef Lorenzl, Austrian 1892 ~ 1950

Lorenzl Scarf Dancer – When looking to the designs of the Art Deco period one talented sculptor and ceramist that cannot be ignored is Josef Lorenzl. A master designer, his bronze statuettes and ceramic figural work epitomise the era perfectly. As with Preiss, Chiparus and Colinet the other great sculptors from this period, Lorenzl was inspired by the female form and the new found freedom that women enjoyed, which he  executed beautifully both in his bronze and ceramic designs.

Lorenzl is considered amongst the most important artists of the Art Deco period and his distinctive and quite stunning art deco figurines are highly sought after by collectors. A celebrated sculptor with an eye for design Lorenzl epitomised the Art Deco era perfectly making him one of the most celebrated and iconic designers of the 20th Century.

 


Stock number

8800
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