Antoine-Louis BARYE

(1795-1875)

Angélique and Roger mounted on the hippogriff (1st version, mouth open)

Antoine-Louis BARYE

(1795-1875)

Angélique and Roger mounted on the hippogriff (1st version, mouth open)

CAPTION

Height : 51 cm - 1' 8¹/₈" in.
Depth : 30 cm - 0' 11³/₄" in.
Width :67 cm - 2' 2³/₈" in.

PROVENANCE

Formerly from the Diéterle family collection.

LITERATURE

P. Kjellberg, Les bronzes du XIXe siècle, Tours, 1996, p.58, model reproduced on p.62; M. Poletti et A. Richarme, Barye catalogue raisonné des sculptures, Vérone, 2000, p.92, model referenced under the n° F22, reproduced p. 93, n° 41; W. Johnston et S. Kelly, Untamed: The art of Antoine-Louis Barye, 2006, Prestel, Singapore, 2006, model mentioned on p. 130. • Bibliographical references: G. Planche, Portraits d’artistes. Peintres et sculpteurs, ‘M. Barye’, Paris, 1853, volume 2, p.167 to 169; R. Ballu, L’œuvre de Barye, Paris, 1890, p. 79 and 80; C. Saunier, Barye, Paris, 1925, model referred to on p. 29 and p. 30; G.F. Benge, Antoine-Louis Barye. Sculptor of romantic realism, Pennsylvania, 1984, p. 96 and p.97. 

 

DESCRIPTION

Brown patina bronze model signed and bearing the mark “BARYE”, numbered “3”. Atelier Barye cast.
Circa 1845.