Price

£750.00

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Delightful early 20th Century patinated bronze study of the bust of a young woman rising from the centre of a tulip flower with good variegated colour and fine detail, raised on a breche griotte circular marble plinth, signed H Godet & inscribed Med d'Or to represent that this subject was a gold medal winner at the Salon des Artistes Francais

Henri Godet (French 1863 ~ 1937)  was born in Paris on 5 March 1863 and died in Vincennes in 1937. Godet was a sculptor and medal engraver. He was known for his popular busts of women decorated with flowers. Godet exhibited regularly at the Salons from 1883 until his death.

Dimensions

22 cm High

Price

£750.00

Condition report

Excellent Original Condition with signs of age related wear

Stock number

8618
Open by appointment and at fairs

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