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An Art Deco, patinated bronze and Marble study of a dancer in stylised pose, juggling two marble balls and balancing on a slate ball, set over a slate base. By Marcel Bouraine. 

Signed M Bouraine to plinth.

Marcel Andre Bouraine - French, 1886 to 1948 ~ Born in Pontoise in 1886. In the main he was self taught. His works capture an enigmatic realism of the period.

He was imprisoned by the Germans during the 1914 - 1918 war and so interested his captors that they gave him many works to execute. He was interned in Switzerland where he produced many monuments, of which one was for Lausanne. He exhibited at all the main Paris Salons.

Dimensions: H 53cm, W 14cm, D 13cm. 

Origin: French.

Date: circa 1925.

Dimensions

H 53cm, W 14cm, D 13cm

Price

£4850.00

Stock number

104212

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